Design Chemistry Collage Collection

Design Chemistry Collage Collection

Go to the head of the class with our most flexible collage set to date. Collage chemistry is made easy with these modern, clean, timeless layouts. Transform your images into modern storybook art your clients will love. Not only do these beautiful, intuitive templates allow you to craft a uniquely personalized product in less time, these versatile collages extend your branding beyond marketing materials and your web presence to stunning showpieces for your clients’ homes.

Design Chemistry Collages at a glance:
• Includes 9 layouts
• Print as large as you’d like
• Incorporate your own text and studio info for personalization
• Layered Photoshop PSD files for quick and easy editing

This product is great for:
• Canvases, album layouts and covers
• Cards, marketing materials and personal use
• Perfect for website and blog boards
• Instantly shareable social media posts that get noticed

 

Special thanks to Tyson French, Alison Winterroth, Sarah Beth Photography, Shannon Elizabeth, Tiny Posers, and White Salt Photography for the lovely images in our samples.




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