Get some ideas for your next urban art project. Use these free vector graphics and add a little youth and city culture to your designs. The free vector shapes can be used as decoration elements or can be tweaked and incorporated into larger collages. This set of urban graphics include paint drips, graffiti markers and symbols, many variations of arrows, and a city landscape. Many people associate music with urban art, and different music icons were incorporated as well, such as vinyl records, speaker icons and sound waves. If you think of an urban cityscape, you also think of city structures, such as buildings, brick walls and chain link fences. Download this set, or come up with your own urban design and get some street cred.
Need some clean vector wallpapers for your next project, or simply to make your desktop less boring? download these free backgrounds and enhance your designs. These abstract wallpapers were all created in vector, which allows easy scaling and color manipulation. These beautiful backgrounds were designed by combining transparent effects with layer effects on Illustrator. The use of simple objects along with repetitive patterns, and bright gradients give these backgrounds a surreal look. Along with the vector backgrounds are the raster (bitmap) versions at a resolution of 1920 x 1440. This resolution can easily be scaled to more popular 1024 x 768, 800 x 600, and similar sizes with the same ratio. They can also be cropped to fit wide-screen monitors. Download these free wallpapers and enhance your desktop, or edit the vector version and create your own unique background to use on your next website.
Your high-tech design not looking techie enough? Use this free set of hi-tech graphics and add that futuristic look your design. Incorporate these vector elements in your flash website or use as design elements on your wallpaper to create a unique modern look. With these high-tech elements you can quickly create your own backgrounds, or simply use these as ideas for your next interactive project. This design set contains variations of circles, arrows, dividers and elements with sharp edges and rounded corners. Note the various use of repeating patterns and random objects. The high-tech look is often accomplished with subtle use of tech elements, a well-designed layout and a consistent color scheme. Create your own futuristic graphic today!
If you liked the first and second set of Tribal Art Graphics, you will enjoy this third pack. This third set of tribal drawings was inspired by traditional and oriental style patterns. Tribal graphics are popular as tattoo drawings and decorative elements. Use these vector graphics on your next grunge design and add an edgier look to your composition. Also check out the first set of tribal art for more design ideas.
It’s time to create those cool user interfaces and now you need some ajax-style loading animation. Download these graphics and use them on your next online application. These are great if you like to add a little interactivity to your submission form or interactions page. These animated gifs work specially good when data is being submitted or files are being uploaded. It is recommended to use some activity graphic when a page is loading or a transaction is occurring. Loading graphics will give the visitors a visual indication some processing is going on.
This set of graphics are only basic examples, but you can create your own custom graphic online. These are simple animations using general sizes 64×64, 32×32 and 16×16. They were all created online using Preloaders.net. This online tool has a slick interface and easy to use options. You can fully customize your own graphics, including sizes, backgrounds and styles.
Need some inspiration or just some new graphical objects to add to your web design? Use these design elements to create a more complex and interesting composition. Use these icons and symbols as ideas for your next logo or website theme. All of these design elements were created with basic shapes and gradually modified to create more intricate designs. The idea for this set was to provide some insight on how design elements were derived from basic concepts. Instead of providing a tutorial on how to create one object I thought it would be more beneficial to show simple steps from creating a basic shape to a more elaborate design.