Old Fashion Woodcut (Wicked Worn) Style Snowflakes - Illustration

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Old Fashion Woodcut (Wicked Worn) Style Snowflakes royalty-free stock vector art
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Old Fashion Woodcut (Wicked Worn) Style Snowflakes royalty-free stock vector art

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Stock illustration ID:479332177
Upload date:March 15, 2014


Worn snowflakes in the style of old-time woodcut prints (aka woodblock, letterpress, distressed or 'wicked worn style' -- whatever the kids are calling it these days) Vectors with rough edges and simulated pock-marks from years of press use. Includes layered illustrator 8.0 and EPS, and flattened and grouped EPS. Also includes hi-res jpeg. Each snowflake is built on three layers, the first distressed woodcut flakes with pock-marks, the second underneath is a smooth version of the top flake that can be colored to make the pock marks a different shade. The third is a distressed outline.
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