Passport Stamps

Open passport with stamps on it

One of the best things about the internet is folk giving away stuff for free. Whether that’s information, entertainment, tools, or services, I’ve taken my fair share of free stuff over the years and have been thinking it’s about time I start giving back. I’ve created a new category called Goodies – that’s where I’ll be sticking all my future free stuff for folk to use and abuse.

First up is some Passport Stamps I created at work today (they’re not the actual stamps these countries use, I just made them up). I’ve saved them out as a set of very high-res Photoshop brushes (first set of bushes I’ve ever made) Download the brushes here. To install you just need to double click them, but it’s best to put them in your brushes folder first: Photoshop > Presets > Brushes. Feel free to use them in any way you wish.

12 thoughts on “Passport Stamps

  1. Stumbled onto your site in search of passport stamps from around the world, and found these brushes.
    Big thanks for sharing (and swing by my site if you’re looking for free After Effects tutorials and project files!)


  2. the prc needs to back off the roc. they wish to be independant, they are not connected by land therefore they should have what they want. kosovo is becoming independant, the world is changing – change with it or be left behind.

  3. Er~ Maybe my bad English make you hard to understand me. I don’t really want you change that stamp into China, but I really hope you can firmly believe that there is only ONE CHINA, Taiwan is a part of China forever! Taiwan is not a country, it’s a province of China.

  4. By the way, it is a serious mistake of putting Taiwan’s stamps!
    I’m a Chinese, Taiwan is just a province belonging to China, and other stamps are national stamps. Taiwan province and other countries are not at the same level!
    Please clean Taiwan it.

  5. It’s a pity that I can’t use Photoshop. It’s a great software as I know, but it seems to be harder for me. Mostly I just do some little edit on my photos, so ACDSee is enough!
    But thanks for your share, too.

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