Rille 2 Branding & Device Mockup Kit

Designed as a companion to the Rille Mockup Kit, Rille 2 enables you to easily mockup moodboards, web + social media design projects, and printed branding ephemera. Create your own images by arranging the included objects, drop in your designs using smart object layers, and choose from a number of different print effects. The mockup kit comes with 15+ objects that can be arranged, combined, and styled – or simply drop your designs into one of the 20 included premade scenes. More details 

01. Features

15+ objects

Flat + floating paper shadow options

Ability to arrange, rotate, and duplicate objects

Includes 20 premade mockup scenes

Includes variety of print effect options (standard ink, emboss, deboss, gold foil)

Easily adjust intensity of shadows, paper reflections, and textures

Choose your own object and background colors

8+ background texture options

Elements work seamlessly with the original Rille mockup kit, and can be copy/pasted back and forth between the two

Main PSD measures 4000×3200 pixels – pre-made scene dimensions vary

02. Details

Included objects:


iPhone screen cutout (with rectangle, rounded, and rounded w/ camera cutout options)

iPad (horizontal + vertical)

Stone tile (large + small)

Square social media post

Reel social media post


Paint sample

Fabric swatch

Hang tag (with 2 string options)

Mailer envelope (with optional string)

Tape strip

Custom paper shape (easily set the dimensions/shape of your own paper object)

03. Notes

Download includes:
– 1 main scene creator PSD file (compatible with Photoshop CC)
– 20 pre-made scene PSD files
– 1 Photoshop Styles file (containing print effects)
– PDF instructions file

Latest version of Photoshop CC required

5 GB

Text and photographs featured in the preview image designs are for display purpose only, and are not included in the download. Paper objects come blank, for you to insert your own designs.

Please refer to the included instructions file after downloading for instructions and tips on working with the mockup