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Great Dane Graphics Offers Fall/Winter Holiday Designs

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There are many opportunities to cash in on fall and winter holidays with professional, ready-to-print stock art designs available from Great Dane Graphics. Create a holiday preprint line for novelty sales. Many schools and organizations need event shirts for festivals and carnivals with Halloween or Christmas themes. Fundraisers also need promotional shirts reflecting a holiday theme as well to promote events such as toys for tots, food bank drive or similar campaigns.

Designs are added to the library on a continuing basis. Just a few examples of existing designs include an evil-grinning Halloween pumpkin in a patch, Thanksgiving Day spread, and crisscrossed candy canes with a sprig of holly and a Christmas ornament.

This royalty-free artwork can be used for digital printing, vinyl cutting, screen printing, sublimation, embroidery and more. There are thousands of images to choose from in all the most popular categories with new designs being added every week.

Images can now be purchased and downloaded individually. For a more cost-effective option, there are three affordable subscription plans that allow you to choose the level that best suits your business and budget. Each also includes access to customizable templates.

The Lil’ Pup subscription plan lets you download 10 stock art files a month and view free training videos. The Big Dog plan offers 50 monthly downloads of any art file on the GDG site, access to all training videos and a private Facebook group, and a 10 percent discount on products. The Great Dane plan shares the same features as The Big Dog, but with 200 downloads a month.

Go to www.greatdanegraphics.com to see subscription package choices as well as the full collection of designs. For more information, email [email protected] or call (800) 829-0836.

Great Dane Graphics is the leading supplier of royalty-free, high-quality, full-color stock images for use in screen printing, digital printing (direct to garment, dye sublimation), printing/cutting, inkjet/laser printing transfers or embroidery digitizing. Other products include T-Shirt Artwork Simplified how-to art books for Adobe and Corel, Learning Photoshop training DVDs, and Operation Screen Print-Mission Killer Black Shirts.


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