Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator Tutorial

Get a Vintage Film Noir Look

We’re huge fans of the classic film noir movies of 1940s and 1950s, and couldn’t resist creating the collection of design templates. In this tutorial for Adobe Illustrator i’ll show you how to use all the editable artwork within these templates to create your own customised vintage movie title, so you can star in your own film noir! 

Create a Burlesque Poster

Create a Burlesque Poster

This poster comes from our Burlesque Deluxe Collection which includes a set of six professionally illustrated pin-ups set in their own poster template with preset text paths and editable design elements. What makes them special is the hand-drawn style in which they were created – using brush, pen and inking techniques straight out of the comic books. Available as six fully editable designs for Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator they make for some truly eye-popping posters! Read my making of and tutorial post to learn how to create your own amazing burlesque poster.

Create an Art Deco Wedding Invitation

Design Art Deco Wedding Invites

One of the best-selling design sets at Wing’s Art, the Art Deco Graphics Bundle has proven a favourite among those designing their own stylish wedding stationery. In this vector tutorial you’ll learn how to take advantage of all editable elements within these design templates to create amazing wedding invitations with a classical elegance straight from The Great Gatsby.

Design a cool 1950s retro Logo

Design a 1950s Retro Logo

This all-American Bowl-o-Rama style logo comes part of the 1950s Retro Storefront Collection, which offers fully editable vector files (compatible with Adobe Illustrator) including pre-set text paths and individually layered elements. This makes editing the text an absolute breeze, and with all the interchangeable elements the preset versions i’ve provided are just the start. There are literally countless design options available! Learn more about these great tools and start creating your own 1950s style logos today.