EPS, TIF, JPG, GIF, PCT, PCX | RAR 6.5 GB [Seperated by Theme]
1000 Decorated Initials
Classical Border Design
Fancy Designs 1920
Indian Textile Prints
Patterns of the 1930s
Signs and Symbols
The Pepin Press - 1000 Decorated Initials (69 Mb, TIF) The Pepin Press - Batik Patterns (525 MB, EPS, TIF, JPG) The Pepin Press - Chinese Patterns (349 Mb, EPS, TIF, JPG) The Pepin Press - Classical Border Design (279 Mb, GIF, TIF) The Pepin Press - Fancy Designs 1920 (271 Mb, JPG, TIF) The Pepin Press - Geometric Patterns (311 Mb, PCT, PCX, TIF) The Pepin Press - Graphic Ornaments (517 Mb, GIF, TIF) The Pepin Press - Indian Textile Prints (578 Mb, JPG, TIF) The Pepin Press - Japanese Patterns (351 Mb, PCT, GIF, TIF) The Pepin Press - Patterns of the 1930s (481 Mb, JPG) The Pepin Press - Signs and Symbols (636 Mb, PCT, JPG, TIF) The Pepin Press - Special Packaging (12 Mb, EPS) The Pepin Press - Sport Pictures (638 Mb, TIF) The Pepin Press - Transport Pictures (579 Mb, TIF)
Of all the forms of ornamental type, the decorated initial has always been the most widely used. In 1000 Decorated Initials a huge variety of initials is presented, taken from 17th, 18th and 19th century originals. Arranged in alpabetical order, they are ready both for immediate use and as a source of inspiration.
Batik textiles are ubiquitous in the rich Indonesian/Malay visual culture. The stunning and intricate designs obtained through the resist dyeing technique are appreciated all over the world, and a source of inspiration for international fashion and textile designers. Batik Patterns contains some 100 illustrations of masterpieces produced in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
China’s ornamental tradition ranks among the foremost in the world. The motifs used vary from abstract and geometric forms to more realistic images of natural phenomena, or of typical objects such as gongs and lanterns. Flowers are a distinct inspiration to Chinese decorative art, both in stylised form and as exact representations. Other compositions may be inspired by plants or animals, including mythological creatures such as the dragon and the phoenix. Chinese Patterns presents a collection of very colourful and highly decorative images from the vast Chinese area.
Contains stunning images for use as a graphic resource, or inspiration. All the illustrations are stored in high-resolution format on the enclosed free CD-ROM and are ready to use for professional quality printed media and web page design. The pictures can also be used to produce postcards, or to decorate your letters, flyers, etc. They can be imported directly from the CD into most design, image- manipulation, illustration, word-processing and e-mail programs; no installation is required. For most applications, single images can be used free of charge.
The end of World War I was experienced by a great number of people as a decisive break with the past. The industrial boom that occurred, first in the United States and later also in Europe, brought with it a critical change in lifestyle. Whether they were called the ‘Roaring Twenties’, the ‘Jazz Age’ or the ‘années folles’, the 1920s were a celebration of amusement, lightness, and fun. Fancy Designs 1920 provides a collection of the gay, flowery, frivolous designs of this era, taken from period wallpapers and fabrics. Fancy Designs 1920 is part of a series that covers the decorative styles prevalent in Europe since the beginning of the Western calendar.
Geometric Patterns is a completely revised edition of one of Agile Rabbit’s best-selling volumes. All designs have been re-traced and perfected, and a vast number of exciting designs have been added.
The Pepin Press - Graphic Frames (548 Mb, TIF)
Graphic Frames contains some 500 high-quality line drawings of frames in many shapes and styles, that can be used for a multitude of applications.
Since the invention of printing with movable type, and even before, graphic ornaments and illustrations have been used to structure and to enhance text. Graphic Ornaments contains a wealth of visual material, such as fleurons, borders and emblems, all taken from period originals. As the ornaments are stored in high resolution on the two accompanying CD-ROMs, they are ready for immediate use.
Textiles from India are famous for their cheerful and highly decorative prints. Indian Textile Prints contains a collection of original coloured block-print designs used for borders and all-over designs. The designs have a strong emphasis on floral motifs; they are interlocking and can be repeated endlessly.
Japan’s ornamental tradition is famous for its subdued and highly stylised motifs. Many of these take their inspiration from the natural world, the visual language of Japanese design covering animals, with typical favourites such as the crane and the carp, as well as an enormous variety of flowers and foliage. Others are based on geometry. Japanese Patterns contains a collection of black and white designs taken from both traditions.
Well known for their striking imagery with bold floral patterns, cubist influences and the lavish use of gold, the patterns from the late Art Deco period have lost none of their appeal today. Patterns of the 1930s contains a collection of these stunning patterns, originally used for wallpapers, wrapping papers and fabrics, and now made available for contemporary use. Patterns of the 1930s is part of a series that covers the decorative styles prevalent in Europe since the beginning of the Western calendar.
Where the constraints of time and space do no allow for the use of words, we use signs and symbols to convey meaning. Signs & Symbols, a collection of over 1,300 images, covers many of the important uses of this universal language, from the heraldry and property marks of the past to the very modern world of health, travel and safety (and, perhaps most importantly, the washing instructions in your clothing). The wide-ranging collection contains all the usual suspects, such as the arrow, the cross, the star and the crescent, but also lesser-known examples such as symbols devised by the Akan people from West Africa and a number of Japanese coats of arms.
Packaging is an important factor in any retail environment and a key element in most marketing strategies. Consumers react immediately to package shapes, and are influenced by them when making buying decisions. Different product categories are often easy to recognise by their characteristic form, for example chocolate boxes or milk cartons. On the other hand, a manufacturer of an exclusive product, such as jewellery or perfume, may deliberately choose an unusual, eye-catching form. Special Packaging is a unique step-by-step manual, containing hundreds of great folding ideas and ready-to-use designs. This book is an essential tool for anyone involved in the fields of graphic and industrial design, advertising and printing. All patterns are stored in eps vector format on the enclosed CD-ROMs. They may be used freely to create new designs, and can be scaled and modified to suit any conceivable purpose.
A hole lot of pictures featuring all kinds of sports.
Five hundred clip art images of cars, trains, ships, submarines, airplanes, bicycles, hot-air balloons, zeppelins - every form of transport imaginable, plus a few you may not have thought of, both experimental and humorous.
The Pepin Press - 1000 Decorated Initials (69 Mb, TIF)
The Pepin Press - Batik Patterns (525 MB, EPS, TIF, JPG)
The Pepin Press - Chinese Patterns (349 Mb, EPS, TIF, JPG)
The Pepin Press - Classical Border Design (279 Mb, GIF, TIF)
The Pepin Press - Fancy Designs 1920 (271 Mb, JPG, TIF)
The Pepin Press - Geometric Patterns (311 Mb, PCT, PCX, TIF)
The Pepin Press - Graphic Ornaments (517 Mb, GIF, TIF)
The Pepin Press - Indian Textile Prints (578 Mb, JPG, TIF)
The Pepin Press - Japanese Patterns (351 Mb, PCT, GIF, TIF)
The Pepin Press - Patterns of the 1930s (481 Mb, JPG)
The Pepin Press - Signs and Symbols (636 Mb, PCT, JPG, TIF)
The Pepin Press - Special Packaging (12 Mb, EPS)
The Pepin Press - Sport Pictures (638 Mb, TIF)
The Pepin Press - Transport Pictures (579 Mb, TIF)
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