03 Mar 2011
If you like the AMC television series Mad Men, you should definitely check out the book “Mad Men: The Illustrated World” by Dyna Moe. The book offers charming vector style artworks inspired by the world of Don Draper: 60’s office culture, advertising people, events, food, drinks, fashion and beauty trends.
21 Apr 2010
Modern urban setting at night vector. Silhouette of the city in the late hours, with light effects. Vector illustration of a cosmopolitan metropolis that seamlessly blends the darkness of an industrial environment with a spectacular outlook over a 21st century skyline.
17 Apr 2010
Colorful fruit vector set, free to download. Eating fruits can have mysterious effects on human beings. Looking for inspiration? Fruit is the ultimate brain fuel, and so is VectorArt1. Download this amazing fruit vector pack while eating your apple or orange, and take your design skills to new heights with the winning combination of sweet fruits and fresh vector footage.
14 Apr 2010
Vector illustration of a people in motion, in a universe full of escalators. The core of an escalator is a pair of chains, looped around two pairs of gears. Escalators can carry over 10,000 people an hour, much more than a standard elevator. Let technology take you to your destination.
12 Apr 2010
To travel is to discover, to experience new things, to broaden your mind, to live your life to the fullest. Real travelers have no fixed plans and are not intent on arriving; they measure their journey in friends, rather than miles. Have a look at this wonderful set of vector travel icons, free to download as Illustrator ai, eps, pdf and svg.
08 Apr 2010
Vector illustration of a skyline of a modern city at night. Majestic by day and magic at night, the city skyline of major cities is really breathtaking. Colored lights, the moon and the stars illuminate the downtown skyscrapers, transforming the urban landscape into a magical metropolis.
19 Mar 2010
French graphic designer, illustrator and typography artist Short merges the humor of cartoons with urban coolness. His appealing “street style meets vector art” has an aura of Dadaist hipness and subcultural prestige. Short ingeniously mixes eighties & nineties colors and shapes; old & nu school hip hop elements and eye-catching slogans.