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Freebie: 14 Flat Halloween Vector Set

by . September 29th, 2014

What’s up, folks! Halloween is still days away but that doesn’t mean we are not getting ready to dress up for the occasion. We are pretty much hush-hush of our plans here since we want our costumes to be a surprise for everyone here at YTD. How about you guys? How are your costumes going? What sort of creepy creatures of the night are you guys planning to dress up like? Are you going to be a vampire? A witch? How about a werewolf? Or maybe even as Frankenstein’s monster? While we are still on the subject of creatures that go bump in the night as Hellboy says, we here in YTD made something for you awesome folks out there.

This week, we are giving away this flat Halloween vector set; from a witch’s cauldron to a happy werewolf down to a not your ordinary haunted castle. The set has 14 assets that you can use for your print and web needs. The set is perfect for Halloween posters, invites, and stickers aimed for kids. You can also use the set to create seamless patterns.

14 Flat Halloween Vector Set

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Don’t forget to show us how you guys used the freebie on our Twitter or at the comments below! We would be delighted to show your work! Also, do tag me as well because I’d love to see how you guys used the freebie.

Below are a two samples we made for some ideas on how to use the freebie we made for you folks:


14 Flat Halloween Vector Set Sample 14 Flat Halloween Vector Set Sample 2
We would love to hear from you! Do share your thoughts and suggestions at the comments below! Tune in for inspirations, freebies, and news about everything and anything about graphic design.

ABOUT THE AUTHOR:

Patrick Jude Ilagan is a graphic designer/photographer hailing from the vast jungles of urban Manila. Always on the look out for visually appealing stuff he scours the internet and the bustling city in search of inspiration. His tools for mass creation is a Canon 500D along with a wide array of lights and lenses plus a 4 year old (but still fighting) laptop. Check out his work on Tumblr.