Animal Logo Badges & Bonus Vectors

12 fully editable animal logo templates in vintage style to help you create dozens of logos in no time!

Animal Logo Badges & Bonus Vectors

Recently I came across an amazing collection of encyclopedias from the 1900’s. Besides an entertaining read they turned out to be a great source of beautiful animal engravings. I couldn’t resist and just had to make something with them.

So, here it is – the vintage animal logo pack. It includes 12 logo templates with editable text and a bonus of 12 additional animal illustrations suitable for art prints, t-shirt designs, posters, invitations and more. The elements are easy to recolor, customize and rearrange. All fonts can be downloaded for free.

Included in this set:

• 12 fully editable animal logo templates.
• Bonus 12 animal vector illustrations.
• Font list (all fonts are free to download; see font licenses for details)

Software compatibility: Adobe Illustrator CS or newer .EPS files will work with a variety of programs such as Adobe Photoshop or Illustrator, Sketch, InkScape, Affinity, Corel Draw, etc. .PNG files will work with most graphic software.

This product has not been featured in a past deal.

These images have been provided by the designer for presentational use only. Please refer to the Design Cuts license for terms of use.

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32 lovely comments from our community

  1. apenglishthompson

    This is a BEAUTIFUL product, but I am confused by this line: “These images have been provided by the designer for presentational use only.” I have read the license page, but there’s nothing that explains “presentational use” – can you please elaborate or point me to where I can find the info? Thanks!

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    • sarah-jane@designcuts.com

      Hey,

      Thank you for the lovely feedback!

      I am so sorry for any confusion caused! The reason we state that “These images have been provided by the designer for presentational use only.” Is because there may be occasions when the preview images are not in line with our terms of use, but instead are just ways that the designers believe best portrays their work :)

      Reply
  2. news5

    Hey Teresa,
    There’s no need to be nasty in your comments, especially about a free package of beautiful illustrations. The download includes folders of 300dpi PNG files that will open in Photoshop.

    Reply
    • sarah-jane@designcuts.com

      Hey G,

      Thank you so much for your comment.

      We wouldn’t deem any feedback as nasty and we know that Teresa didn’t mean it in that way :)

      Unfortunately, we were missing the compatibility where it states what files are included, so we’re really grateful to Teresa for bringing this to our attention, so that we could have it resolved. A big thanks as well for the PNG tip, I am sure that this will be good for our community to know!

      Reply
  3. Rating:

    cryoutforwisdom

    Thank you so much! These are gorgeous. I love Greta Ivy’s work, and I’m so excited to try these out! Thank you, thank you, thank you! God bless :D

    Reply
    • sarah-jane@designcuts.com

      Hey Rebekah,

      Aww we love Greta’s work too and we super excited to share this one with you, so we’re really glad that you love it :)

      Reply
  4. Rating:

    María

    Muchas gracias.

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    • sarah-jane@designcuts.com

      Thank you, María :D

      Reply
  5. Teresa Helfers

    What a waste of time downloading this file. Nowhere does it mention .eps files. Those types of files are useless to me. Why not offer .PSD? Please be more descriptive with your file descriptions. Thanks!

    Reply
    • sarah-jane@designcuts.com

      Hey Teresa,

      I am so sorry for any disappointment caused with the files provided in this pack!

      These are just the files that the designer has made I am afraid, however we completely appreciate how helpful it would be to have this listed on the page before you decide whether or not to pick up this freebie.

      I’ve had our Product Team add this now, to avoid any further confusion, so we really appreciate you taking the time to raise this with us!

      Reply
    • KJ

      @Teresa, You can open .eps files in Photoshop. Many designers prefer .eps files over .psd files given the choice.

      Reply
      • sarah-jane@designcuts.com

        Thanks so much for the tip KJ!

        Reply
      • Chee Fee/Freeman

        Yup, eps. files better. No need worries on resolution or dpi issues.

        Reply
        • carol@designcuts.com

          Aw thanks Chee- we are so pleased that you like this one!

          Reply

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