Blog & Print Layouts: Geo Modern

Get ready to implement stylish branding into your workflow, without sacrificing smart business practices! Show off a unique modern look and delight your clients with our new Geo Modern Blog & Print Layouts, a collection of 16 fresh collages complete with unique sizing and versatile watermarks to prevent sneaky right clicks.

These thoughtfully designed geometric templates will add visual excitement to your blog and marketing materials, creating a buzz that will draw new customers and get your existing clients excited to see (and purchase products from!) the rest of their session.

Print these designs as big as you like… use for album pages, framed prints, or even giant size canvases, our products are meant to be 100% versatile for any project you can imagine. Click here to check them out in the shop with introductory pricing today!

Special thanks to Hatch Photography, Kallima Photography, Katch Studios, Rachel Devine Photography and Milou + Olin Photography for the lovely images in our samples.




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