Vintage Logo Design Inspiration Compendium: An Image Archive for Artists and Designers Volume.2
by Kale James
Vault Editions’ pictorial archive includes more than 540 engraved and printed European and British emblems, symbols, and coats of arms dating from the 17th, 18th, and 19th centuries. You can expect to find many detailed images, including snakes, skulls, eagles, devils, memento mori, dragons, serpents, hourglasses, anchors, globes, hammers, hands, lions, crosses, banners, borders, ornaments, insignias, and more.
Every download link includes instant access to high-resolution images from every book. These images can be used in projects like making decorative art or for printing and framing.
Also, each book comes with the Vault Editions Skulls and Anatomy sample pack.
About the author:
Kale James, the creative director of Vault Editions, curated and authored this book. Kale has written over 20 acclaimed books and has worked with Nike, Samsung, Adidas, and Rolling Stone. Kale’s artwork is seen in No Cure, Semi-Permanent, Vogue, and other titles.
If you are looking to take your artwork to the next level, this is an essential resource.
Before it is too late, make sure you download the files for this publication so you can begin creating right away.
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