All our favourite stickers from the gowtywood range. Just like a bag of your favourite mixed candy it's full of colour, flavour and variety. Contains some animated stickers from our Live pack, a selection of rgbDesigner Frames and a few backgrounds so you can build your own sticker landscapes. Also, our go to stickers from the rgbDesigner Skulls and rgbDesigner Silhouettes packs. 54 fabulous stickers.
A handy modesty tool since the dawn of media, these jaunty figleaf stickers are the perfect antidote to today's oversharing world. Made with our wonderful colour synth rgbDesigner, these witty stickers can be used to keep things 'nice' or just enjoyed for their decorative value. 30 great stickers ranging from tasteful through to out and out trash, these are a must have for the modern person.
Bring your iMessages to life with this cheerful mash up of animated stickers. This collection includes animations from our rgbDesigner Stickerbook, Skulls and Silhouette apps plus some adorable 'Pink & Blue' animations from an up and coming project and a very nice retro daisy set. Pretty much everyone needs to see a dancing blue bear. 21 Stickers.
Inspired by paper cut illustrations from last century, and combined with beautiful digital colourfield images made with our rgbDesigner app, these elegant stickers will enhance and enrich your digital life. Thirty six ways to amuse and delight your friends, including four animated stickers. Always choose beauty.
Cute collection of skull stickers made with our rgbDesigner digital art tool. Some animated stickers included. For pirates.
Gowtywood productions is delighted to bring you this pretty sticker book, made with images from our fabulous colour synth rgbDesigner. Includes hearts, butterflies and stars.
50 colourful stickers.
Add interest and focus to your photos and stickers with rgbDesigner Frames. This sticker book contains 36 interesting and attractive frames. Great for selfies, group shots and weddings etc. Showcase your home, your pets or your kids. Everything looks better with a frame.
artOne is the first in a series of apps showing our work in the digital realm - past and present.
artOne presents a series of image sequences which were originally developed with DOS in 1994.