Posts Tagged ‘emblem’

Wicked Wednesdays: FREE High-Resolution Hood Ornaments

20 Oct

OK, so this week’s textures aren’t exactly ‘textures’. They’re more like stock photos; but we figured all you design freaks out there could make just as good use of these as anything else we’ve given you to date! So here they are: six high-resolution automotive hood ornaments.

They’re from all kinds of classic vehicles: from early 1920s Chevrolet sedans and an early Holden to a 1930s Willys, 1930s Ford and a mid-1950s Ford as well. We can’t guarantee they all started on the vehicles they were photographed on, so for trainspotters, you may pick up some historical inaccuracies. However, for everyone else, we reckon these will prove to be a pretty interesting history lesson.

As usual, all our texture images are FREE for personal and commercial use, however resale, repackaging and redistribution are all prohibited. So don’t go using them on CD or DVD collections, web compilations or pass these originals off as your own.

Click on the thumbnails for the high-res experience:
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Wicked Wednesdays: FREE High-Resolution Ford Emblems

02 Jun

Another week has rolled by and Wednesday once again presents itself. This week we’ve got a cool collection of classic Ford emblems (or badges). Some would argue that the humble emblem is an art unto itself, with fancy script, use of colour and all manner of other factors at play that often have a direct impact on the level of fanaticism that its fans have for the marque.

This week we’ve brought you a series of six FREE high-resolution images of classic Ford badges, including those of the Escort, Cortina, Capri, LTD Fairlane and the iconic Super Roo decal. All texture images are absolutely FREE for personal and commercial use; however resale and repackaging is strictly prohibited.

Click on the thumb nails for the full-resolution experience: