Get Unlimited Access to All the Design Assets You'll Ever Need for Just $50

The Ultimate Design Assets Bundle offers icons, stock photography, vectors, and more.

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Mimi Thian

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When you're trying to grow your brand, you need great design, which means you need great design assets. Of course, getting those assets can be extremely expensive and outsourcing the design process maybe even more so. Fortunately, right now you can get an awesome deal on the design assets your growing company needs with The Ultimate Design Assets Bundle.

This bundle includes three collections that will help any business grow.

Flat Icons Bundle

Voted a #1 Product of the Day and #2 Product of the Week on Product Hunt, this Flat Icons Bundle delivers more than 22,000 icons that are editable in Illustrator, Sketch, Figma, Procreate, Affinity Design, or Adobe XD. All icons are available in AI, EPS, SVG, PDF, PNG, and IconJar formats, while 5,000 also include a PSD file for Photoshop. Best of all, all icons come with an unlimited commercial license so you can use them as much as you want in promotional materials.

Scopio Authentic Stock Photography

With Scopio, you get unlimited access to an enormous, royalty-free photo library that is updated every day with new photography from talented photographers and creators from more than 160 countries. Whether you want to humanize your storytelling or you just need to create a wealth of social media ads, Scopio makes it easy to get commercial-friendly stock photography for emails, web pages, social media, mobile apps, print media, and much, much more.


VectorGrove simplifies any design project with unlimited access to more than 1.2 million royalty-free vector images across a wide variety of categories. You can use these vectors for websites, social media, video ads, brochures, business cards, and many more mediums without having to worry about licensing fees. All vectors may be downloaded an unlimited number of times in an unlimited number of sizes without extra fees or losing image quality.

Right now, you can get lifetime access to all three collections in The Ultimate Design Assets Bundle for just $49.99.

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