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30 Vintage Vector Halftones

This collection of 30 vector graphic illustrations is an ideal resource for any vintage projects requiring imperfect halftone print effects.

Larger previews of each individual halftone are available at:

http://www.behance.net/collectiveoffset

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Inspired by vintage 1950's advertising in magazines and manuals, each halftone has been individually created using public domain images.

The complete collection is supplied as 30 individual Illustrator 8.0 eps files and so that they are compatible with all vector and most bitmap applications.

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 together for unique effects.

Full editing of the source files requires a vector application such as Adobe Illustrator, CorelDRAW or Inkscape. You can also open each texture with a transparent background at any resolution required (rasterizing) in an image application such as Adobe Photoshop.

Please note, the fonts and paper textures shown in the preview examples are not included in the collection and are for visual demonstration purposes.

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