Native Vector Pack
Our Native Vector Pack includes 14 elements created by Arsenal Artist Jeff Finley. These handcrafted vectors include a dream catcher and other native elements inspired by Jeff’s travels out west.
These native vectors are derived from our Nature Elements Vector Bundle. Our Nature Elements Vector Bundle brings you a whole host of vector elements to help you enhance posters, invitations, art prints, mugs, tees, cards and more. We’re bringing you these 83 exclusive elements from some of our favorite Arsenal Artists – Justin Will, Jeff Finley and Jillian Adel. These nature vectors are accompanied by a card mockup template for your use. (We recommend them for use with the branch and border elements and the hand drawn elements in particular!) Purchase the bundle and get these Native Vectors, and other related vectors – 83 in total (plus a bonus card mockup template) – for only $37.
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- Download Size: 272 KB
- Number of Items: 14 vectors
By: Jeff Finley
Over the past 11 years, Jeff has worked professionally as a graphic designer, business owner, and conference organizer. He was a partner at the design firm Go Media for 9 years and founded the creative conference Weapons of Mass Creation in 2010. After achieving success in the music and apparel industry, he wrote Thread’s Not Dead: The Designer’s Guide to the Apparel Industry to help startup clothing companies launch their brands. Outside of the day-job, Jeff has played drums in several bands including Parachute Journalists and Campfire Conspiracy. He produces his own electronic music as well and enjoys breakdancing, hiking, non-fiction reading, documentary films, and his cat Cookie.