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Multipurpose poster template, vol 2

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This poster is part of our Ultimate Event Poster Bundle —

Multicolored event poster template with modern design. Can be used for invitation to the party, concert, weekly event in a club or other kind of special evenings and advertising purposes.

Now we have a new version of this poster, you can see it here — and here —


  • 1 EPS file;
  • 300 dpi / CMYK;
  • A2 (594×420 mm; 23.4×16.5 in + 0.25 bleeds);
  • Simple to Customize;
  • Print ready;
  • 6 Color Versions Included.


(!) This product is a vector EPS. We strongly recommend using vector editing software such as Adobe Illustrator or CorelDRAW to full work with product. Adobe Photoshop can open EPS files, but it limits your editing abilities.

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I am having a very hard time with the EPS file in the editor that I use (GIMP). Can i can work with EPS in GIMP?

Encapsulated PostScript files, EPS, contain vector graphics. You can open these files in Corel Draw or Adobe Illustrator. But, if you use the open-source graphic-editing program GIMP, you need to install another open-source program on your computer, Ghostscript. After installing Ghostscript, you can open .EPS files in GIMP.

Step 1
Go to's project page for Ghostcript to download the latest version. You can choose between 64-Bit and 32-Bit versions. Make sure you get the right one for your system.

Step 2
Double-click the Ghostcript .exe file to install the program.

Step 3
Open GIMP.

Step 4
Click the "File" menu and select "Open." Navigate to the location of the .EPS file on your hard drive and double-click it.