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Vintage Owls Clipart & Brushes

These gorgeous vintage illustrations were restored from an antique book and are delivered to you as high resolution .png files which are black with transparent backgrounds as well as a .abr file for use with Adobe Photoshop. All files are high resolution at 300 dpi.

Commercial Use:

ALLOWED:The following uses are permissible without an extended license -Personalized invitations whether printed or digital where the image is incorporate into your own design and is delivered as a flattened file. All sample images including my artwork must be watermarked.

  • Photographers
  • scrap for hire
  • Prints in small runs (less than 100)
  • handmade items in small runs (less than 100)

NOT ALLOWED: The following uses require extra licensing

  • banners
  • logos
  • avatars
  • commercial websites
  • resale of images as is
  • claiming images as your own
  • generic invitations (not personalized)
  • templates
  • mass production
  • use of outside manufacturing
  • Prints in large runs (over 100)
  • handmade items in large runs (over 100)
  • digital scrapbooking kits

For other uses please contact me.

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