Illustrations Volume N°2
A monumental collection of american graphic illustrations from the Victorian era. Thousand of graphics carefully vectorized from the mythical "Electrotype Type Specimens" - James Conner's sons foundry (1888): grotesque figures, advertising placeholders, horses, animals, boats, farming, flowers & plants...
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Thousands of Vintage Illustrations
Preview all the vector illustrations, auto-traced by software from the best historical sources.
Right now, designers are rediscovering ornament from the past and relearning how to use it. Vectorian gives access to some of these ornamental riches by tracing and redrawing originals as digital vector files.
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'Victorian' (technically 1837-1901) designates an era when many designers and artisans were intensely interested in ornament. It was a time of global exploration, and when the art and design of distant cultures made headway into the mass culture of Europe, England, and the United States for the first time. Here is a brief guide to a selection of vintage ornament, along with tips on when to use it.
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