the minimalist storyboards are here!

               

Maximize your minimalism with the Minimalist Storyboards, a collection of clean-lined layouts that will transform your images into dramatically different wall art. These sleek (yet timeless!) templates allow you to craft a uniquely personalized product for each client. As part of our Minimalist Collection, these versatile storyboards extend your Minimalist branding beyond marketing materials and your web presence to stunning showpieces for your clients’ homes.

Minimalist Storyboards at a glance:
• 15 distinctive layouts
• Built for display at 10x20”, but easily customized for any project size (includes vector imaging for seamless resizing)
• Layered PSD files for quick and easy editing This product is great for:
• Wall art: wall clings, canvases, metal prints, framed prints (fully compatible 10x20” storyboard frames are available at designaglowframeshop.com)
• Facebook timeline covers
• Pinnable blog boards
• Blog headers
• Cards (announcements, invitations, save the dates, etc.)
• Business cards

To complete your look, check out our Minimalist Collection.

*Special thanks to Cluney Photo, Limelife Photography, Pogo Photo, Jenny McCann Photography and Paperlily Photography for the lovely sample images!




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