Get personal with all of your clients with the handcrafted, hand-drawn Modern Monogram Kit. Its 25 completely customizable monograms, with streamlined fonts and fresh shapes, create a contemporary monogram shop in your studio, allowing you to brand virtually anything with your clients' initials. Mix and match the 25 emblems with the 16 included PSD templates for a look that no client--from seniors to engaged couples, families to babies--will be able to resist. All of the included templates are fully-layered and preformatted: simply insert images and change the initials! But the Monogram Kit's uses don't stop there. Use this monograms to refresh your marketing materials, energize old templates, and embellish your studio.
The Modern Monogram Kit at a glance:
• 25 monograms, delivered as both Custom Shape files and PSDs
• 16 fully editable PSD art, card, and product templates, for every occasion
• PDF reference sheet
Suggested uses for the Modern Monogram Kit:
• Logo enhancement
• Client holiday cards, birth announcements, and graduation announcements
• Print embellishment
• Custom products by Your Studio Photography such as storyboards, calendars, thank you notes, albums, etc.
I recently travelled to Banff, Alberta on a spontaneous trip with another filmmaker, Mike, and we spent one week exploring around the national park. The trip was planned a week before we left. My friend flew from LA and met me in Vancouver and we began our 10 hour road trip.I recently travelled to Banff, Alberta on a spontaneous trip with another filmmaker, Mike, and we spent one week exploring around the national park. The trip was planned a week before we left. My friend flew from LA and met me in Vancouver and we began our 10 hour road trip.
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