2017 September Graphic Bundles from GraphicLoot
This month is officially on fire! Graphic bundle deals everywhere, with such exquisite t-shirt designs. There’s hundreds of them, with prices ranging from $15 to $40, with a wide variety of styles and themes. I’m talking about my current obsession GraphicLoot, which seemed a bit snoozy until a few days ago. I now realize it was just the calm before the storm, because there are no less than 8 bundles, one better than the other. So, buckle up because I’m going to walk you through the specs for each of them.
First off, we have a t-shirt bundle that is available for only another 4 days. Created by Caffein Art, the 100 templates have a recurrent technique of arranging specific objects to create the design. They remind me of the pointillism technique. For those of you that love geometry and symmetry this bundle is ideal, at just $25.
The next one is Daniel Worx’s 57 prints that are my favorite from them all. They are all wearable, full of typography, detailed illustrations and a few minimalist items. I like both the message behind them as well as the visual. They fit just right on the tee. The bundle offer reduces the price by over 97%, getting to $15.
Gha Arizal’s bundle holds 60 high quality designs, with a minimal approach and a few pop culture references here and there. The style is not that consistent but that’s not a bad thing. On the contrary, you can get more for less, $25 to be more accurate.
Agustian Eko Saputro’s bundle is next, with a similarly versatile collection. Skulls, mandalas, pandas and owls dominate the symbolism. But there are some Santa interpretations too. My favorite are the reptiles and the space related designs, which seem to break away from the style of the others. The price is a bit higher than the others, but that’s because the bundle brings 125 items in one place.
A more playful perspective comes courtesy of Izal Lazi. Cute characters, pizza glorification and rolled joints make for a quirky bundle. On the other hand, the eye- bulging skulls and death references balance out the situation. The 73 t-shirt designs are on sale for $30.
You will need some experience in pairing illustration with text/typography for the next bundle. Defri Setiawan exercised his skills to create different takes on skulls. He has an affinity for face expressions, but at times some seem incomplete. On the upside, they would look awesome as patches!
I think the biggest surprise was Vlad’s bundle. This doesn’t happen often. Somewhere around once a year he decides to offer his out-worldly designs in a bundle. This time there are 170 designs at the very low price of $39.
Last but not least, biker t-shirt fans will be elated to discover this bundle. The 52 templates at $29 feature flaming skulls, sexy chicks and demonic racers. Halloween is looming over us it seems through Bangkit Tri Setiadi’s collections of designs.