Facades Cutouts (20 PNGs)
For your post-digital drawings and renderings: Our new set of cutout building facades that were taken from various cultures and times in history is a helpful tool for creating a context in your sections and elevations or any sort of collages.
Most of the source images appeared in old books and were marked with: "No known copyright restrictions" by their publishers. A kind of public domain dedication which means that the source materials are free for public use. We've adapted the files and made them into nice and clean backgroundless PNG files.
If you find something that breaks any copyright law, please contact us and we will make sure to recheck and remove them if necessary.
File format: High Quality PNG (Transparent background)
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RAR / ZIP Folders
Please use WINRAR - a free software to open the compressed folder.
AI Vector Files
Please use Adobe Illustrator to open the files
ABR (Photoshop Brushes)
1. Open Adobe Photoshop
2. Open the Brushes Panel: Window > Brushes
3. Select Import Brushes
4. Locate the .abr file on your hard drive and click open to install
5. The brushes will appear in your Brushes Panel whenever the Brush Tool is selected