Each month, our Made With ThemeKeeper event invites customers to share what they’ve created using content from across ThemeKeeper. Whether it’s video, website, audio, or graphic related, we love seeing,  hearing, and celebrating all the creative projects customers have been producing.

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‘Generative art’ is a term for graphic designs that are created with the use of an autonomous system. Using programs such as Cinema 4D, artists use algorithms and equations to create artwork that’s unique and slightly futuristic in style.

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It’s that time of year again. There’s a crisp breeze in the air, the leaves are starting to turn and there’s pumpkin flavored… everything, which can only mean one thing: Halloween is around the corner! In honor of our favorite haunted holiday we’ve curated an eerie photo collection from ThemeKeeper’s new photo library on the theme of Haunted.

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Thanks to online marketplaces, more and more talented folks from across the globe are breaking into the world of design, diversifying the industry and creating some incredible, creative products and digital designs. Some take the traditional route of studying design at university, while others are self-taught. Regardless of the path they take, their talent is indisputable.

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From geometric patterns and hand-drawn illustrations to 3D renders and Photoshop actions, our community has created some incredible things this year. ThemeKeeper’s community has been around for over a decade. This August, we’re celebrating our 11-year birthday; in the past 11 years, creatives around the world – including designers, web developers, videographers, and photographers – have earned a living doing what they love through ThemeKeeper’s marketplaces.

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Bonnie and Clyde, peanut butter and jelly, Tom & Jerry, Serif + Sans Serif: indisputable perfect pairings. When it comes to pairing fonts together, there are various design elements to consider: size, bold vs. thin lines, rough vs. smooth edges, spacing. So what works well together and why?

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