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T-Shirt Factory Professional Vector Collection (Extended License) Just $20

Deal Expired ($20)

Who this deal is for:

 Graphic designers Scrapbookers Print designers Web designers

Professional Vector Designs to Save You Time, Money and Stress

Unless you have countless hours to spend creating illustrations, vector resources are a guaranteed time saver for your work. However, you want to be sure that the vectors you choose add to the quality of your designs! We’ve teamed up with TShirt-Factory to bring you a beautifully crafted vector collection you’ll use again and again.


45 Vector Packs, Brimming With Quality

These 45 extended usage vector packs regularly sell for $450. However, we wanted to bring you an incredibly useful vector collection for a fraction of that price! We’re very picky about the vector resources we use in our own work. They have to be incredibly sharp, detailed, and scale perfectly. They also need to show true artistry, right down to things like line thickness, shading and general uniqueness.

Now do you see why we call ourselves the ‘design geeks’?

The good news for you is that these 400+ vectors from T-Shirt Factory tick all those boxes in a big way. In fact, they’re one of the few vector shops we choose to work with, as their work quality is among the best in the world. Take a look at the meticulous detail in these designs:

T-Shirt Factory Vectors

Hand-Crafted, Beautiful Detail In Every Vector

These vectors look fantastic even at HUGE resolutions. This makes them perfect for print work, as you know they’ll look professional whatever the scale of your project.

Tshirt-Factory Vectors

Awesome variety; endless uses

We didn’t want to limit your creativity with this deal, so have included a huge variety of designs. There are vectors to help with any project you’re working on. From modern technology themed vectors, to old fashioned and vintage designs.

Take a look at what’s included:

T-Shirt Factory Vectors
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Full Color Vectors With Real Quality

It can be difficult to find full color vector designs that maintain a high quality standard. However, this collection includes a fantastic variety of monochrome and full color designs, giving you ultimate creative freedom. These brighter designs are perfect for when you want your outcome to truly pop!

T-Shirt Factory Vectors
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T-Shirt Factory Vectors
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T-Shirt Factory Vectors


USAGE UPDATE: We felt it was important to clarify the usage of these awesome vectors. All of the vectors in this collection have an ‘extended license’. This means that not only do they allow personal and commercial usage, but that you can also resell them as part of printed goods (t-shirts, posters, labels etc…). However, you may not resell as part of digital goods (i.e.: tweaking the vectors and reselling them as your own). For full terms click here.

FREE BONUS: 5 T-Shirt Vector Templates (Worth $50)

Today we have an extra special deal bonus for you Design Cutters. T-Shirt Factory have been kind enough to include 5 bonus t-shirt template designs, which you are also free to use when selling printed goods.

T-Shirt Factory Bonuses

Design a Dark and Gritty Biker Poster


In today’s tutorial you’ll learn how to create a dark and gritty poster in Photoshop.

No happy little Christmas elves here! We’re going to grunge it up and create a badass biker design.

You’ll learn a ton of useful techniques, including texture application, working with textures and creating cool text effects.

Let’s get started!


Step 1:

Open up Photoshop. Create a new document (1200X1600px, 300DPI resolution).

Fill your background layer with #231e1e.

This tutorial will be using several vectors from our current deal, offering you 400+ extended license vectors for 95% off. If you haven’t checked it out yet, it’s expiring soon, and the price will go back up from $20 to $450.

Download this beautiful stained paper texture from Lost and Taken:

Stained Paper Texture.

Paste it into your canvas and resize it to fit your composition:

Now desaturate this texture layer, and set it’s blend mode to ‘overlay’.

Step 2:

It’s time to start using our new vectors. If you haven’t grabbed our current vector deal yet then we can’t recommend it enough. You can get over 400 extended license, high quality vectors for a massive 95% saving.

T-Short Factory Professional Vector Collection (Extended License) – 95% Off.

It’s expiring very soon though, so be sure to grab it while you still can.

Start by accessing one of the skeleton vector packs. Paste in the following vector:

Apply a color overlay blending option in order to blend this element better:

Color Overlay Setting:

Blend Mode: Color
Color: #576361
Opacity: 80%

Here’s the result:

Step 3:

Paste in several more vectors, taken from the skeletons and decorative flourishes packs:

Now reduce the opacities of these various layers until you have a nicely balanced background:

Step 4:

Start adding some basic lighting to your poster.

Create a new layer (blend mode: ‘overlay’) called ‘highlight’ and use a large, soft white paintbrush to apply light to the center.

Then create a new layer called ‘vignette’ and apply soft black shadowing around the edges/corners of your poster:

Step 5:

Download this splatter brush set:

Splatter Brush Set

and apply the splatters using a black paintbrush on a new layer.

Reduce this layer’s opacity to 10%, for a nice subtle grungy effect:

Step 6:

Paste in the steampunk style wings from one of the wings vector packs from the current vector deal:

Apply a levels adjustment layer to give the wings slightly more contrast. Also apply a basic drop shadow:

Step 7:

Paste in further vectors, positioning them like this, and applying drop shadows as necessary:

Step 8:

Apply some text to the top of your post.

I used the awesome font Rooters, which is part of our next deal (an awesome font bundle).

Select the ‘warp text’ function in your tool options bar. Choose the settings shown below:

Apply the following blending options to your text layer:

Here’s the result:

Now apply a 3D style drop shadow. To achieve this effect, copy your text layer (moving the duplicate beneath the original). Hide the blending options, and make your text black. Then move it down 1px. Continually duplicate these black text layers, moving each duplicate down 1px. This will layer up a staggered drop shadow effect like this:

Repeat these steps to add another line of text halfway up your poster:

Step 9:

Download these amazing noise textures, from our buddy Chris Spooner:

Free Gritty, Grainy Noise Textures

Start by pasting one into your canvas, positioning it like so:

Set the blend mode on this layer to ‘screen’, which will hide the black background and just leave the noise effect visible.

Then apply several more of the noise textures, and adjust the opacities until you’re happy with the result:

Step 10:

Download some more Lost and Taken paper textures:

Green Paper Texture

Antique Paper Texture

Layer these up, and play around with opacity and blend modes. I varied between multiply and overlay blend modes, and around 10-15% opacity.

Step 11:

Create a new layer called ‘noise’.

Fill the layer with black. Then go to filter>convert for smart filters.

Then go to filter > noise > add noise.

Noise Settings:

Amount: 30%
Distribution: Uniform
Monochromatic: Checked

Apply a layer mask, and use the splatter brush you already should have downloaded to mask off areas of this noise layer:

Now reduce this layer’s opacity to 20% and change it’s blend mode to ‘screen’. This will give a subtle noise overlay effect to make your poster look more gritty and grungy:


I really hope that you enjoyed this tutorial. Have fun with it, and please comment and let us see your outcomes.

Create a Night Club Promotional Poster Using Vectors


In this tutorial I’ll show you how to create a club event poster with plenty of impact. You’ll learn how to create a lavish gold text effect, how to blend multiple images together, and how to create awesome lighting effects to add a touch of glamour to your work.

Let’s get started


Follow along with this tutorial: Download the freebie + source file

This tutorial is accompanied by a fantastic freebie pack, taken from this week’s deal, offering you 400+ extended license vectors from T-Shirt Factory for 95% off.

To give you a sample of the vectors on offer, we’re giving away a free lips vector pack. Enter your email below to download the vectors, as well as the Photoshop source file for this tutorial, so you can follow along easily.

Step 1:

Start by creating a new document (A4 Paper default size).

Fill your background layer with dark, purplish grey (#222124).

Now create a new layer called ‘black gradient’. Drag up a black to transparent linear gradient from the bottom of your canvas:

Step 2:

Download this great image of a Christmas light: Christmas Eve Light Image.

Paste it into the bottom of your canvas, and use a layer mask to mask off the top of the image, fading it smoothly into your background:

Change this layer’s blend mode to ‘screen’ and reduce it’s opacity to 80%.

Then apply an adjustment layer (with clipping mask) to increase the saturation on your Christmas light image:

Hue/Saturation Adjustment Layer:

Hue: +2
Saturation: +18
Lightness: 0

Step 3:

Download this awesome image of a nebula: Nebula Image.

Paste it into the top of your canvas. Use a layer mask to mask off the bottom of your nebula image, using a soft paintbrush.

Reduce the opacity of this nebula layer to 30%. Then apply a hue/saturation adjustment layer to knock back the saturation of this nebula image:

Hue/Saturation Adjustment Layer Settings:

Hue: 43
Saturation: 20
Lightness: 0
Colorize: (check)

Step 4:

Download this fantastic 50 free high res lens flare image pack.

Paste in one of the multi-colored .png images into the top left of your canvas:

Set this layer’s blend mode to ‘screen’ and reduce it’s opacity to 35%.

Then apply a hue/saturation adjustment layer:

Hue/Saturation Adjustment Layer Settings:

Hue: 33
Saturation: 100
Lightness: 0
Colorize: (check)

Step 5:

Download this splatter brush set

Create a new layer, and apply some of the splatter brushes (colour: #edcf90). Set this layer’s blend mode to ‘overlay':

Step 6:

Now select a bold font, and type out ‘CLUB’ and ‘NIGHT’ (having each on it’s own layer).

Apply the following blending options to your text layers:

Step 7:

Create a new layer behind your text layer called ‘black area’.

Create a selection like this, and fill it with black:

Now create a new layer above your text layers and use your downloaded lens flare images to add a couple of highlight effects to your text. Adjust the hue of these lens flares as necessary.

Also, add some smaller text above your main title text with event details:

Step 8:

For this step we’re going to be using some music speaker vectors taken from our current deal:

T-Shirt Factory Professional Vector Collection (Extended License) – 95% Off.

Paste the speakers into your canvas, positioning them like so:

Now apply a hue/saturation adjustment layer to each:

Hue/Saturation Adjustment Layer Settings:

Hue: -13
Saturation: -30
Lightness: 0

I also dodged/burned the right speaker a little to make it bolder:

Step 9:

Create a new layer called ‘shadow behind lips’ and use a large, soft black paintbrush to apply a circular shadowed area between your two speakers like so:

Now, download the awesome lips vector pack, which is this week’s freebie, taken from our current deal T-Shirt Factory Professional Vector Collection (Extended License) – 95% Off.

You can download this freebie vector pack at the top of this page.

Here’s a look at the great vectors included:

Once you’ve downloaded your freebies, paste one of the lip vectors into your canvas like so:

Apply a hue/saturation adjustment layer and set the hue to +30. This will help the lips to blend better with your surrounding poster design:

Finally, dodge/burn your lips, using the dodge/burn tools in order to give them a more 3D, glossy appearance:

Step 10:

Apply some further text to your poster design, and include a couple of extra lens optical flares from the pack you downloaded earlier:

Step 11:

Create a new layer called ‘vignette’ and use a large, soft black paintbrush to paint shadows around the corners and edges of your composition:

Step 12:

Finally, apply a couple more adjustment layers to bring everything together:

Hue/Saturation Adjustment Layer:

Hue: 0
Saturation: +25
Lightness: 0

Gradient Map Adjustment Layer:

Gradient: Purple to Orange default gradient
Layer blend mode: Normal
Opacity: 6%

Here is the final result:


I really hope that you enjoyed this tutorial. Next time you’re hosting a party or event, why not create an impressive flyer or poster to promote it? Have fun with it, and enjoy your freebies pack.

T-Shirt Factory Professional Vector Collection (Extended License) Just $20

  • Deal includes 400+ hand-crafted, scalable vector designs.
  • Files delivered in .eps and .cdr (Corel Draw) format. Compatible with vector and raster software.
  • All files are well organized in neat, labelled folders and sub-folders.
  • Includes free bonus of 5 t-shirt template designs.

Deal terms:

Files come with an extended license, permitting resale of printed items (t-shirts, posters, labels etc...), but not digital goods. Click here to view full terms.

Files delivered as downloadable .zip file (178mb).

  • Reg price: $450
  • Deal price: $20
  • Save: 95%

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44 Comments & Reviews

  1. Larry says:

    Will all of these files be able to open in Corel X3?

  2. Michael says:

    Just wondering about the license.
    “may be used for personal and commercial use, but not resold (see extended license terms above for bonus designs).”

    Not resold as vectors, sure, but I’m free to sell t-shirts with the designs on them correct? If not, whats the point?

    • Tom Ross says:

      Hi Michael. I’ve double checked the terms with the guys at TShirt-Factory and yes, it’s totally fine to use these designs for printed goods sales, including t-shirts.

  3. Dutch says:

    What is the license agreement on the 400+ items? Same as the “extended license” or no?

    • Tom Ross says:

      Hey Dutch. Yes, the license on all items allows for sales within printed goods (posters, labels, t-shirts etc…), just not resale directly in digital format.

  4. John says:

    Couldn’t find the terms of use license for the major part of this pack. What are the usage restrictions?

    • Tom Ross says:

      Hi John. After clarifying things with T-Shirt Factory we can confirm that these vectors are fine for personal, commercial usage, and resale of printed goods/items (t-shirts, posters etc…). The only restricted usage is that they cannot be resold as digital goods.

  5. noel doherty says:

    what about serif x6/x7 do any of your vectors work it

  6. Dori says:

    I have a question about the licensing for the non extended license files. I am a pattern designer. If I take some of these vectors ( say 6 flourishes) and create a repeat pattern. Then can I sell these pattern designs?

    • Tom Ross says:

      Hi Dori, thanks for the question. I’m afraid not, as this falls under the ‘tweaking and reselling in digital format’ usage, which isn’t permitted, even under their extended license. You are free to sell the pattern as part of client projects, but not in bulk.

  7. AK says:

    Just wanted to check with you about your license. Very cool stuff by the way. The non extended license stuff can be used for printing? I work on film and tv dramas and is there any problem with using in that environment?

    • Tom Ross says:

      Thanks for the great question AK. The non-extended license vectors are fine for personal and commercial usage, so as long as you’re not selling them in bulk you should be fine. For example, using them as a graphic for your own project or a clients project is totally fine. I hope this helps!

    • Tom Ross says:

      After double checking the term specifics you’re actually free to resell these items in print format for as many copies as you want. You should be all set :).


    Just bought the deal.
    Couldn’t find a “professionnel” Terms and Conditions document for the whole bundle.
    The only document that I found saying it is allowed to resell printed products in inside the Bonus folder.
    Coud you please send me a contract with the extended license covering the whole pack?

  9. Brandi says:

    I cannot get enough of these deals. I am expanding my portfolio by the minute and the artistic expanse of my brain is in sensory overload in the BEST POSSIBLE WAY. Thank you for the awesome service, the high quality media and an overall stellar experience with a company across the pond from me. Greetings from Philly. 5 STARS!

    • Tom Ross says:

      Thanks Brandi! Amazing review, and I’m so glad you’re seeing such benefit from our deals. You’re the one putting in the work and putting your new resources to amazing use, and that’s exactly what we love to see. Keep it up! :)

  10. Rick says:

    Hey Tom,
    I used to buy your vectors and they worked fine on CS5, then the last time I ordered they wouldn’t allow me to open them. You had to email me them in a PDF. Will these be able to be opened with CS5?

  11. Regina Behan says:

    Awesome! Loved doing this tutorial, keep up the good work guys and girls!

  12. Rod says:

    Will these work using Gimp software? If so, how?

  13. I do not have Photoshop or any other high-end graphics programs. I use Paint Shop Pro, and some vectors will open fine (that I’ve gotten from other sources) but others will not work at all. I cannot understand why this is, but can you tell me if yours would work fine with Paint Shop Pro? Many thanks, Tom

  14. Mike D says:

    Hey Tom,

    In just clicked on deals below and partially answered my previous question. Im buying this set now, but can you let me know about the other deal? I would Love to get both…. Thanks again…


  15. says:
    Excellent - 5 starsExcellent - 5 starsExcellent - 5 starsExcellent - 5 starsExcellent - 5 stars

    What a great deal, Keep them coming from tshirt-factory

    • Tom Ross says:

      Thanks Shonuff! We hope you love your new vector collection. Be sure to let us know if you create something cool using your new items.

  16. says:

    Hello guys,
    I am so sad that i missed this deal, can i buy it any time soon?
    I really need it!
    thank you :)

  17. Rumon says:

    Hey Tom, will you please give me some Vectors for free..? Loved your collection. Writing from Bangladesh, I don’t have any International Payment Gateway. Appreciate your time.

    • Tina Muller says:

      Hey Rumon,

      I’m afraid I wouldn’t be able to give you any of the vectors on this particular bundle for free, but we do have a very extensive freebie collection on our website: All you have to do is sign up to our free newsletter here: and you’ll be able to access he freebies, when you’re entering your email address.

      I’ll also drop you an email about the international payment options.

  18. james says:

    Can i buy it this time for that price ?

    • Tina Muller says:

      I’m afraid not James. This bundle expired some time ago, however there is always a chance that we’ll re-run this deal. I’ll be sure to email you if and when this bundle is available again.

  19. ANDRES says:



    • Tina Muller says:

      I’m so sorry Andres, but this deal is now well and truly finished, so I won’t be able to set you up with it. I will email you though as soon as it is available again.

  20. Makinde Ayodeji says:

    Hi,good day,when will this deal be active again,

    • Tina Muller says:

      Hey Makinde,

      I’m afraid we don’t have a date to re-run this deal yet, and considering that this is a rather old deal that has already been re-run several time, we may not open it again at all. If we do though I will be sure to email you, and let you know.

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