Stencils tagged with ‘g’
We spend all day creating all sorts of things with Graffle; org charts, graphs, maps and more. Somewhere along the way we discovered that in your spare time it can also be used to create a great looking boat, a house, or a spaceship! In the interest of good, clean fun the Toy Building Bricks stencil was born. Download it...more
Got a green thumb? You should probably get that checked out, you know. But if it turns out you aren't a flesh eating zombie, maybe you're horticulturally inclined and a prime candidate for enjoying the many, many (well "several") uses of our new Garden Stencil.
Groupings of text and line or arrow items, styled to nicely represent parse trees, syntax trees, or BNF grammar diagrams.
A handy stencil for staging camera movement and more; aspiring directors can set their cameras and actors, pan and dolly movements, show bounce cards and then have someone call lunch.
This is a film lighting stencil for those of you out there hoping for a big break in Hollywood, but it still doesn't answer the question of what a "Best Boy" is — better ask the Gaffer.
Stencil with components for diagramming problem frames.
Used at airports and transportation hubs, the AIGA symbol signs are a joint effort between AIGA and the U.S. Department of Transportation. Especially nifty for making maps of floor layouts for public display.