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There’s never been a better time to start building a library of artwork to impress potential customers and reduce the time and cost of designs for decorating apparel and other items. Discover the benefits of being able to download production-friendly, royalty-free art for screen printing and more as Great Dane Graphics introduces new subscription options.

The three affordable plans allow you to choose the level that best suits your business and budget. Each also includes access to customizable templates.

The Lil’ Pup lets you download 10 stock art files a month and view free training videos. The Big Dog 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 shares the same features as The Big Dog, but with 200 downloads a month.

Great Dane’s artwork includes a myriad of design categories for use with applications from DTG and screen printing to print/cut and sublimation. All artwork is compatible with popular industry software and equipment.

Use GDG templates with your graphics software or the online designer to create unique looks with minimal design time. Being a subscriber enables you to buy in advance, enabling you to show buyers the possibilities now, and be prepared for speedy turnarounds later. And now it’s more cost-effective than ever.

To learn more about the new subscription plans, go to URL.

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 DVD, and Operation Screen Print - Mission 1: Killer Black Shirts.


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