Hey there. We are back with our Deal of the Week, once again powered by Mighty Deals. Vintage, the return to the designs of the past, is one of the largest trends of the last years. Vintage design comes across as elegant, valuable, even high-priced. This doesn’t mean the necessary elements need to be high-priced, too, however. And to prove that, Mighty Deals has again put together a package including more than 300 vintage design elements for small money.
Created by the brilliant crafters at DesignDistrict, today’s Deal of the Week equips you with 326 templates for logos, labels and badges from 18 unique sets. Files are in PSD, EPS and AI and fully editable. This is great, but the real crackajack is the price. Grab the whole bundle for as little as 10 dollars. So instead of gulping down that calzone at Alfredo’s tomorrow, just brown bag some lunch and spend the money for this mega collection!
- 300+ Design Elements
- From 18 Different Collections
- In Vintage Style
- Fully Editable and in PSD, EPS and AI
As these are vectorized you can scale them up and down as you like, change colors, stroke widths, textures, whatever
These sets have no narrow focus. You can use them for pretty much anything thinkable. Scroll down and see what exactly you get.
Here’s how it looks:
Pricing? Mighty Deal is Mighty
The regular price tag reads $20 for this vast collection of graphics but for a limited time, you can get all 326 vintage logos, labels and badges for a mere $10! That’s 50% off the regular price!
So, don’t think about calling Alfredo’s delivery service; just click here and we’ll take you over to Mighty Deals, where you’ll want to check the fine print, then click the prominent BUY button and get that warm fuzzy retro feeling as if you were a child again…
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Dieter Petereit is a veteran of the web with over 25 years of experience in the world of IT. As soon as Netscape became available he started to do what already at that time was called web design and has carried on ever since. Two decades ago he started writing for several online publications, some well, some lesser known. You can meet him over on Google+.