We all like vector illustrations. They’re extremely versatile and can be a life saver in times of need. You can use them in basically any design – from backgrounds to flyers, package designs, as well as huge banners. The best of this is that they’re extremely helpful for both beginners and professionals!
One of the best times to use illustrations is before winter holidays. For all of us, the designers, it is really an extremely demanding period of time, and when we’re overwhelmed by different projects with impossible deadlines.
That’s why we wanted to help you out a bit and came up with the ultimate collection of winter holidays vector illustrations! The fellows from Vectorious were kind enough to give us a humongous collection of 600 top-quality illustrations that you will definitely love.
These illustrations are split into 4 different sets: Christmas illustrations, Christmas typography, Diwali and Happy New Year. Being 100% vectors it is simple to edit them; add or remove elements, change colors, cut, crop or resize them just as much as you want without the loss in quality!
You will find unlimited possibilities of utilizing these illustrations just by combining them between each other. And due to their extended royalty license, they can be used in an unlimited number of personal and commercial purposes as well as in merchandise intended for mass distribution with no additional fee!
Only $39 instead of their usual value of $2400! That’s as low as $0.06 per illustration! And if you’re not satisfied with this collection, you get a 200% money-back guarantee. This means you get all your money back and keep the files!
Take a look at what you get.
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- December 10, 2013
- article by Gabriel C.
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