Introducing Adorn – a lovely collection of vintage ephemera and overlays to help you add depth and richness to your vintage-inspired work.
Adorn is a set of 28 vintage textures and matching overlays. Featuring bits and pieces collected from various corners of the UK, this pack has a lot to offer. Whether you’re into vintage adverts, handwriting, typography, engravings or logos, you’ll find a plethora of wonderful pieces to choose from.
Each texture is complete (raw edges included) and comes with the background removed for a quick and effortless workflow – simply drop the selected piece onto any surface and crop or trim if desired. And to make things even easier I’ve added 28 matching overlays in case you’d prefer to use only the text elements.
The Adorn collection is great for art prints and posters, invitations, textures, stationery, as well as for photos and social media graphics.
Included in this set:
• 28 high-resolution large vintage textures plus matching overlays (.PNG format)
• Commercial invoices and receipts
• Bus tickets
• Mayoral luncheon invitation
• Old bookmark
• Book pages with ads
• Vintage correspondence
• Dinner invitation
• Menu & music programme
• Newspaper page with ads and much more!
• The full-page textures measure about 12x15in (3600x4600px) and the half page textures measure about 7x12in (3600x2300px) at 300ppi
Software compatibility: .PNG files will work with most graphic software.
This product was originally featured in The Diverse Textures and Patterns Collection
Adorn – Vintage Ephemera & Overlays
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What are the pixel dimensions of the largest and smallest of these images?
Are all images equivalent resolution–i.e., do they have the same dpi, when viewed at the original size of the antique source?
Thank you so much for your comment and we can certainly find this out for you!
Our Product Champion, Sim is just popping the designer over an email for you now so rest assured, as soon as she hears back, I will be back in touch to let you know :)
Hi there, I would also like to know what the dpi is before I purchase
I am so sorry that you couldn’t find this information on the deal page.
Rest assured we have updated the page to include this but I shall pop these over to you in an email for you :)