This collection features 20 seamless geometric vector patterns inspired by opulence and glamor of Art Deco. Intricate abstract patterns in a rich vibrant palette of golden yellow and black will instantly add retro charm to any creative project. The patterns are fully editable (through Adobe Illustrator), so you can easily change colors according to your needs.
Also included in this collection are 20 pre-made design papers featuring patterns in luxurious gold and black metallic finishes as well as 10 black and gold shiny and sparkly metallic foil textures. You can mix and match textures and patterns to create your own designs.
Spice up your logos and business cards, create moodboards and lookbooks, design stationery, wedding invites and wrapping paper. These patterns will work great for blog posts, social media graphics, banners and buttons, web design, branding, packaging and much more. This collection is a perfect addition to any print or digital project.
YOU WILL RECEIVE:
20 Seamless Patterns in the following formats:
- 1 Vector AI CS 6 file with all 20 patterns in yellow and black on artboards and saved as swatches;
- 20 Vector EPS 10 files with 1 pattern each;
- 20 JPEG files in yellow and black - 3600 x 3600 px (12 x 12"), 300 DPI, seamless & tileable;
- 20 JPEG files in black and white - 3600 x 3600 px (12 x 12"), 300 DPI, seamless & tileable;
- 20 black PNG files - 3600 x 3600 px (12 x 12"), 300 DPI, transparent backgrounds, seamless & tileable;
- 20 gold foil PNG files - 3600 x 3600 px (12 x 12"), 300 DPI, transparent backgrounds, seamless & tileable;
- 1 Photoshop pattern file (.pat) with all 20 seamless patterns in black on transparent background.
20 Seamless Pre-made Design Papers featuring patterns in gold and black foil finishes - JPEG files, 3600 x 3600 px (12 x 12"), 300 DPI, seamless & tileable.
10 Seamless Foil Textures: 5 black, 5 gold - JPEG files, 3600 x 3600 px (12 x 12"), 300 DPI, seamless & tileable.
Please note that the foil textures are quite large in size and have a lot of fine intricate details. Your computer screen will compress them when you open them in a folder or in your preview program, causing the textures to appear blurry. The textures aren't blurry - simply zoom in all the way (100%) to see the actual structure and clear details.