We found this wonderful collection of vector art files on Issara Willenskomer‘s personal portfolio site. He has worked on projects for such clients like MTV, Microsoft, HBO, Motorola, ESPN, Target, Fanta, Baskin Robbins, and more. His portfolio (designbum.net) is very impressive.
“It seems that I spend a lot of time sourcing various elements. When I started designing, I was creating tons of ‘detail’ pages, which were just Illustrator pages with tons of custom elements. Then I moved on to vector textures, and most recently I’ve wrapped up a bunch of vector drips. I find these elements to be extremely useful for a variety of purposes, and I hope you enjoy them as I have and will enjoy them: with relish!”– Issara Willenskomer
Yo, straight up, this is some serious goodness. I’ve created a sick vector wireframe grid alphabet based on Bauer Bodoni, using some dope grid brushes. I’ve even included a tutorial file so you can make this shit yourself. The alphabet is 82 letters, numbers, and some symbols. There’s a ton of stuff in this download, and I don’t think you’ll be disappointed. I’ve been noticing a lot of new print and motion graphics pieces that uses elements like these so if you use these, you’ll impress your friends and instill in your enemies an uncontrollable sense of dread that alcohol will be unable to diminish.