Furniture Cutouts from 19th Century (36 PNGs)
Our new set of furniture cutouts is up and ready to be used in any interior design projects, sections, elevations, collages and Post-Digital era drawings, visualizations, renderings. Includes furniture from the 19th century: stools, chairs, sofas, cupboards, wooden furniture, mirror, tables, round tables and more.
It doesn't matter if you use Illustrator, Photoshop or InDesign, the collection will save you lots of time during the process of post editing. Have an idea of other important pieces of furnishing that are missing? Don't hesitate to contact us by email: email@example.com
File format: High Quality PNG (Transparent background)
In our collection source images were marked with: "Public Domain" copyright by their publishers. We have cleaned and made the original file into backgroundless PNGs.
If you bump into something that breaks any copyright law, please contact us and we will make sure to recheck and remove if necessary.
Own a collection of cutouts that you wanna share with our community (for free or for a fee)? Submit it simply through here: firstname.lastname@example.org
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RAR / ZIP Folders
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AI Vector Files
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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