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Prohibition Era Boardwalk Signs

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Head back to the boardwalk with these fully editable logos and signs inspired by Prohibition era America!

Inspired by the exploits of our favourite gangsters and bootleggers from Atlantic City, these prohibition era boardwalk signs capture the thrills and spills of the 1920s Jazz age and secretive speakeasies. Boasting 12 individual designs taking elements from fairgrounds, nightclubs and dance halls, these offer the perfect tools for the creation of your own vintage party or hootenanny!

Supplied in a wide variety of editable file formats including vector Ai and Eps, Layered Photoshop Psd, high-resolution transparent Pngs, and flattened Jpgs, you’ll easily find a version that works for you. All text-paths and effects are pre-set, so all you need to do click and edit! The vector versions offer full editing capabilities so you can even take the individual elements and create your own designs from scratch!

Each design is also supplied in two versions; the first features all light-bulbs fully lit, and the second offers a more weathered look with the occasional bulb blown out.

All fonts used are listed in the enclosed help file and are all freely available on Google Fonts.


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