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29 Branches, Twigs, & Leaves No.2

You're Looking at Our Second Collection of 29 Engraved Illustrations of Branches, Twigs, and Leaves - Available in Both PNG and Vector Formats

Our focus is to collect, restore and repurpose old and forgotten artwork for the modern creator and within this collection, you will find 29 detailed engravings/illustrations of a variety of branches, twigs, and leaves that are perfect for a whole variety of design projects.

Each illustration within this pack started its life inside the beautiful 1849 book 'The Forest Trees of Britain' from our personal collection. Scanned at 1200dpi, restored and repurposed, these illustrations will now live on forever!

This set includes the following species of tree - The Elm, Ivy, Willow, Spindle, Pine, Spruce Fur, Hornbeam, Buckthorn, Juniper, Larch, Walnut and more.

PNG format also Included!

If you do not have access to a vector based program, or would prefer to open and work with these images directly in your image editor, we have included 29 high-resolution (300 dpi) PNG images too!

What's Inside?

  • 29 Vector EPS Files
  • 29 PNG Images (Average longest side is 4700px @300dpi)

Any questions? Feel free to shoot us a message!om

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