300 digital flashcards in DRM-less print-quality png, web-quality png, PDF, Anki, and SVG for $12
A zip file containing all flashcards in DRM-free web quality png image, print quality png image, PDF, Anki, and SVG vector file formats. You will also have free access to any updated or new flashcards forever.
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If there is enough interest, I would absolutely love to keep making them. I currently have around 300 more ideas for cards I would like to make in the future.
No, but not due to lack of trying. This is a small side project, and inquiries to printing companies made it clear selling physical cards would be incredibly costly (one printer quoted me $45 per deck) and would require me to manage inventory and shipping. So unfortunately I cannot sell any physical cards, although there is the possibility of a poster in the future.
I recommend three options: 1) print them as flashcards by replacing the printer paper with 4x6 index cards, 2) print them on regular printer paper, 3) load them onto your iPhone or Android as a gallery of images, then swipe through them whenever you are bored.
Absolutely! Want to use the art for a custom bed sheet, towel, skirt or something else? Go right ahead. I just ask that you don't sell it.
Despite my best efforts, there will be errors in the cards. If you find an error, send me a message on Twitter and I will fix it.
The cards are all hand-drawn using a scanner, index cards, index card holder, and a whole lot of pens, pens, and more pens. The cards are then processed and vectorized using Adobe Illustrator.
I made them because when I was (and still am) learning machine learning, I found it incredibly helpful to memorize concepts explicitly rather than reading books and hoping concepts stuck.