Turbo System

Introducing Turbo System – Complete Design Kit. The kit with a nostalgic taste of the first computer systems era.

Turbo System

This mega kit has everything, we mean everything, you might need to create awesome and authentic-looking designs with a nice 80’s touch. It includes fonts, seamless patterns, vector graphic elements, .PSD effects, textures and more!

Included in this set:

  • CRT-64 font with all extras (.OTF)
  • Bisect font plus catchwords (.OTF)
  • 21 Seamless pattern (.EPS and .PNG)
  • 6 Static noise textures (.JPG, 2300×2300 px)
  • 12 Premade Logos, vector elements and other graphics (.EPS)
  • 2 Photoshop effects (.PSD)

Zipped File Size: 72.5 MB

File Types Included: .JPG, .PNG, .EPS, .PSD

Software compatibility: Adobe Photoshop CS3 (and higher), Adobe Illustrator Version CS3 (and higher)

This product was originally featured in The Digital Designer’s Essential Library

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2 lovely comments from our community

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    Heather Free

    This would’ve been a great set if the premade logos and such had been in a png file format. Most all software is compatible w png but for some reason a lot of the creators here refuse to use it so their products end up not working for people with other types of software. I spent a pretty little chunk of money yesterday and I’ve def got buyers remorse. I was trying to invest in things that would make my life easier since I have some health issues that have limited my ability to paint, I tried an eps converter but there seems to be no way to remove the background from the logos and included images, oh well, lesson learned.

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    • Zack Parks

      Hey Heather,

      Thank you for taking the time to comment and I am sorry for any inconvenience caused. Rest assured I can certainly help and have just popped you an email to help :).

      Reply

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