Distressed Vector Maps & Charts

By: Offset

The preview images demonstrate some examples of compositions that can be created using this collection.

The collection also includes various vector textured backgrounds which can also be used independently as they are separate elements.

Distressed Vector Maps & Charts

Because they are vector artwork, they are resolution independent so you can scale them to any size required. This makes them much more flexible than bitmap and pixel textures that have a limited maximum resolution.

Every element is fully editable to suit your project. Change the colours, delete elements, combine elements and textures together for unique effects.

The complete collection is supplied as 36 individual Illustrator 8.0 .EPS files so that they are compatible with all vector and bitmap applications.

Software compatibility: Adobe Illustrator or Photoshop 8 and newer.

This product was originally featured in The Ultimate Vintage and Retro Design Bundle

Distressed Vector Maps & Charts

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4 lovely comments from our community

  1. Rating:

    Claudia

    Mine, mine, mine! My pretty

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    • SJ Duff

      Hey Claudia,

      Thanks so much for leaving a comment on this one and thank you for your recent purchases!

      It’s so nice to see that you are loving all the new additions to the marketplace and I hope that you get loads of use out of your new resources :)

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        Claudia

        This product is so awesome. I adore maps and charts. I was always fascinated by them, since I was a wee one. I used to read middle school geography textbooks and atlases for fun when I was in first grade. That’s how I discovered Canada and decided, at that young age, one day I’d move here.

        Anyway, maps and charts! Brilliant!

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        • Carol Sweeney

          I love maps myself Claudia :). I had a globe when i was younger and used to spin it and then place my finger somewhere on it and then look up the encyclopaedia (showing my age lol) to learn all I could about that place!

          I still have a globe now in my house :).

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