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Submit photos to the Brushfruit group on Flickr!

I’ve had several requests for a place for Fruitheads like you to upload your own designs created with the Designfruit art. In my inbox I have several screen captures of posters, cards, scrapbooking papers, Web sites, book covers, and jewelry to name a few. In an effort to organize all of these great pieces of work I’ve set up a flickr group to manage them. The only catch is, you have to add your image to the group. Once you do it will show up for all to see.

Flickr Group
Take me there

Comments are open for technical questions, but please don’t try and post your images here. Post it in your Flickr account, join the group, once your images are in your profile, you click the “add to group” link. Good luck.

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  1. Jason Gaylor
    23/01/2007 at 8:20 pm Permalink

    This is not a good idea, no one is going to do this… You wash the dishes.

  2. Jason Gaylor
    23/01/2007 at 11:06 pm Permalink

    Hi Jason, checking into to what you’re doing these days and have been tracking you through several blogs. Just watched the one about the ice storms. I remember the 1987 ice storm, we were leaving Springfield to go to the Grand Canyon for New Year’s Eve. We thought that Oklahoma looked really beautiful with the ice on the trees, and had no idea that people in Springfield were suffering with no power. Anyway, it was a nice idea to do a video, but this has nothing to do with Photoshop brushes. I did try to send you another email via an old address, so email back if you didn’t receive it and I’ll forward the message to you.
    I could use some lessons from you on Photoshop brushes and Typepad. Love that Japanese looking one that’s orange!

  3. Jason Gaylor
    Jason Gaylor
    23/01/2007 at 11:51 pm Permalink

    jdjohnson, if you didn’t sit 2 desks away from me at I wouldn’t throw ping pong balls at you. But since you do, and since your desk is smaller, you should wash the dishes. :)

  4. Jason Gaylor
    24/01/2007 at 1:19 pm Permalink

    So if I set one desk away you wouldn’t? That was a confusing statement. I shall do the dishes, not for you, but for the money.

  5. Jason Gaylor
    Jason Gaylor
    25/01/2007 at 2:55 pm Permalink


    Good to hear from you. I’ll get in touch with you.

  6. Jason Gaylor
    25/01/2007 at 3:21 pm Permalink

    Hey Jason,
    I just came across this item and unless YOU put it here I’d say this person is in violation of your terms of use. I added a comment with a link to your site.

  7. Jason Gaylor
    Jason Gaylor
    25/01/2007 at 4:01 pm Permalink

    Rochelle, I followed the link and it appears the image has been removed?

  8. Jason Gaylor
    25/01/2007 at 5:00 pm Permalink

    Hmmm I still see it…

    Image #116449 I found it by going to and searching on the word texture, comes up as the 48th image in the search result.

  9. Jason Gaylor
    Jason Gaylor
    25/01/2007 at 7:15 pm Permalink

    Ah, I see it now. I’m not a big fan of people doing this sort of thing, but I’m leaving it up to the public to report things of this nature. Thanks for letting me know.

  10. Jason Gaylor
    06/02/2007 at 7:13 pm Permalink

    I used your brushes to create a livejournal template. People love it! Thanks so much. I have you listed on my resources page and plan on abusing those brushes. Here’s the template:

    The community it’s on is It is the largest layout community on livejournal. Thanks a bunch!


    (I also plan on creating the same layout only doing it as a negative)

  11. Jason Gaylor
    Jason Gaylor
    07/02/2007 at 12:12 pm Permalink

    Tasha, your layout looks great. Please abuse the brushes as much as you want.

  12. Jason Gaylor
    07/02/2007 at 2:56 pm Permalink

    Greetings Jason!

    I just uploaded the piece to Brushfruit! Thanks for the suggestion!

    Have a nice day!


  13. Jason Gaylor
    15/02/2007 at 7:43 pm Permalink

    Just thought you might like to see, Grrliz made a fantastic LiveJournal layout using your brushes.

    (Liz also won the Six Apart/MoveableType Layout Contest last year, FYI.)

  14. Jason Gaylor
    17/02/2007 at 9:04 pm Permalink


  15. Jason Gaylor
    21/02/2007 at 1:03 pm Permalink

    Hi Jason,

    couldn’t find a contact adress, so I’m posting it here.
    created two WP themes with your brushes,
    as you can see, both themes are free and brush credits goes to you.


  16. Jason Gaylor
    28/02/2007 at 11:01 am Permalink

    I don’t use the Flickr enough, so I’ll just post my use of your brushes here:

    Great work! When I put up my resource links, I’ll be sure to credit you.

  17. Jason Gaylor
    04/03/2007 at 5:14 pm Permalink

    Jason, I’m teaching myself a thing or two about photoshop….and…well….don’t laugh. But, I have no idea how to install these brushes. I want to play with them, but what do I need to do? Eventually I’m going to start a blog…..but I clearly have a few more computer skills to acquire.

    thanks in advance for the help…..

  18. Jason Gaylor
    15/04/2007 at 12:58 am Permalink

    Interesting comments.. :D

  19. Jason Gaylor
    22/06/2007 at 12:37 pm Permalink

    Thank you so much for these brushes! They’re beautiful and I’m sure I’m going to use them. So far I’ve abused your tattoo brushes, but I know that’s not the last. I don’t have a flickr account, but I’ll link you to the doll I just made:
    Base by , but edited by me.

    Everyone else has done such fantastic things, I’m almost jealous. This doll is so not worthy. XD

    Thanks again!

  20. Jason Gaylor
    08/08/2007 at 5:13 pm Permalink

    Hi there … no flickr account either, but I thought you might want to know that we’re using your brushes on By the way, it’s a sex toy review site, so fair warning – not safe for work! Lovin’ it!

  21. Jason Gaylor
    17/09/2007 at 11:35 pm Permalink


    Very interesting information! Thanks!


  22. Jason Gaylor
    Mike Bennett
    20/10/2007 at 11:46 am Permalink

    Looks like they’re using them here but I can’t find any credits.

  23. Jason Gaylor
    artist brush
    18/11/2007 at 4:21 am Permalink


  24. Jason Gaylor
    24/12/2007 at 2:36 am Permalink

    These are magnificent! Blessed hands those are that create these.

  25. Jason Gaylor
    20/03/2009 at 2:26 pm Permalink

    Umm, isn’t that your brush? And they slapped it with a Creative Commons Share-Alike license.

  26. Jason Gaylor
    27/07/2009 at 8:26 pm Permalink

    Hi, Jason!

    Been a long time fan and I’m ashamed I have never thanked you for the wonderful brushes you created. Therefore to make amends, I gave a loud shout out to DesignFruit and to you, dear artiste, on my latest post:

    Thank you so much. Wonderful doesn’t even begin to describe your talent. Thank you, thank you. ^_^

  27. Jason Gaylor
    Andrew Buckle
    14/12/2010 at 4:35 am Permalink

    Superb tattoo brushes for Photoshop .. really gorgeous designs, very creative and inspiring