Leaves & Twigs Vintage Illustrations
By: Graphic Goods
A collection of engraving-style vintage leaves and twig illustrations, restored from old 19th-century books.
This set contains 52 drawings of different types of trees, shrubs etc. Full list of species included in this set: abutilon, alder, alpine larch, ash, beech, birch, bird cherry, buckthorn, camphor, catalpa, chestnut, chinese photinia, cork tree, cypress, elm, hawthorn, hazelnut, himalayan pine, holly, hop, hornbeam, horse-chestnut, japanese privet, lilac, long-spined thorn, loquat, magnolia, malpighia, maple, maritime pine, mock orange, mulberry, murraya, oak, orange tree, plane, portugal laurel, purple chokeberry, robinia pseudo-acacia, spruce, sitka spruce, strawberry tree, swiss pine, tea plant, tilia, walnut, western hemlock, white poplar, wild cherry, yellow buckeye, yew.
These illustrations will be perfect for wide variety of projects, for example, logos and branding, fabric and apparel design, patterns, packaging, stationery etc. It’s also very suitable for decoupage and scrapbooking.
• 52 elements
• Highly detailed
• All vector – fully scalable
• .EPS & .PNG (transparent) format
Software compatibility: .PNG files will work with most graphic software. .EPS files will work with a variety of programs such as Adobe Photoshop or Illustrator, Sketch, InkScape, Affinity, Corel Draw, etc.
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52 elements in .EPS and .PNG format.
Software compatibility: .PNG files will work with most graphic software, .EPS files will work with a variety of programs such as Adobe Photoshop or Illustrator, Sketch, InkScape, Affinity, Corel Draw, etc.
File size is approx 205MB (306MB unzipped), offered as a single download.
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