Cinco de Mayo (Fifth of May) is observed in the United States and Mexico to commemorate the Mexican army’s victory over French forces at the Battle of Puebla on May 5, 1862. Cinco de Mayo is a significant source of revenue for decorated apparel businesses as many restaurants, bars and other local businesses promote this holiday.To help leverage selling opportunities this Cinco de Mayo, InkSoft of Albuquerque, NM, is offering eight free stock designs for InkSoft users. These can be accessed from the InkSoft University / Design Resource area in the InkSoft Admin portal.
The templates are offered in Adobe Illustrator (.ai), CorelDRAW (.cdr) and .eps file formats, along with the fonts used in each design.
Whether or not you are an InkSoft user, you may enjoy watching this video featuring Brayden Jessen of Zome Design, Spokane, Washington, share his tips for coming up with cool Cinco de Mayo designs. MORE INFO