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Vintage Nautical Illustrations

OCEAN LIFE

  • 94 Vintage Nautical Illustrations from 16th to the early 20th century

    Maintain creative freedom with using vintage illustrations!

  • Carefully restored illustrations - Most of the sold vintage vector illustrations look just like in source materials – nicely weathered. But sometimes thith can stay on a way of your design. Some important parts of a illustration are faded or smudged. We have carefully restored all the illustrations. We removed paper textures, ink bleeds and repainted faded details. Now they look like first prints on quality paper.
  • To add desired weathered look and print imperfections you can use textures and brushes from RetroSupply Co.
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  • Detailed vectorizations - Despite full restorations we worked hard not to make illustrations too clean and keep their vintage look.
  • Widely usable - Provided file formats ( AI, EPS, PNG ) can be used with Adobe Illustrator, Adobe Photoshop, Affinity Designer, Affinity Photo, Sketch etc. 300dpi transparent PNG files are usable for projects both for print and digital.Nautical

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