Free Art Download: A Series of 3 Motivational Typography Pieces

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Free Art Download: A Series of 3 Motivational Typography Pieces
A personal reminder, every time you walk in the room.

Your wall decor doesn’t just have to be pictures of your Grandma and beautiful landscapes. Popping up as a trend in the last few years has been words-as-art, a sort of nouveau motivational poster. From prints to giant vinyl stickers, typography and the messages within have become a modern way to inject moral reminders into your home.

The problem is they’re damn expensive! Available at places like Urban Outiftters, Crate & Barrel, and Restoration Hardware, these pieces easily run as much as more traditional artisanal  art. So, submitted for your approval, is a series of 3 posters ready for your printing and framing to not only jazz up your walls, but feed your inner drive as well.

Designed in the standard 11×14 Free Art Download, these PDFs can be scaled infinitely for as big as your space allows. Try one as a giant engineering print.

To download, click on the size you want, then choose File > Save As.

 

Glorious Triumphs

(My personal favorite)

Download: 16×20 jpg | scalable PDF

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Hard Work

Download: 16×20 jpg | scalable PDF

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Hustle

Download: 16×20 jpg | scalable PDF

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Andrew is the founder and editor of Primer. He's a graduate of American University and currently lives in Los Angeles. Read more about Primer on our About page. On Instagram: @andrewsnavely and @primermagazine.

  • Glenn

    To follow the past procedure that used the 11×14, is it best to use the 16×20 jpg or pdf?

    • http://www.primermagazine.com/ Andrew

      Either should work to shrink them.

      • Glenn

        Thanks!

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  • Ryan Criswell

    Where did you get the frame for Glorious Triumphs?

    • http://www.primermagazine.com/ Andrew

      It’s from World Market, I got it super cheap because it was on clearance for some reason.

  • PB

    It would be awesome if you guys posted a tutorial on how to make these, using Photoshop or some other online software. I know there are quotes that I would love to turn in to pieces like this, but just don’t have the full know how. If you guys did a tutorial, or could point us in the way of one, that would be awesome.

  • OttawaMan37

    These are cool, what is the typeface/font used in Hard Work?