With lemons, it’s easy to make drinks to beat the heat. Lemon juice can be pleasantly refreshing, when the sour and the sweet mingle together. The mix of sour fruit, sugar and ice gives the perfect summer drink. Savor this lemon vector artwork by Multimedia Stock and use it for your product design, flyer, invitation, poster or other artworks. Read more
A free collection of vector art animal silhouettes. The animal kingdom is a great place for character design inspiration, with plenty of funny silhouettes: goose, shark, seahorse, okapi, bear, cat, spider, elephant, rabbit, panther, duck, deer, squirrel, horse and many other characters. Read more
Kylie Minogue is a pop music phenomenon of international proportions. By far the most famous and successful star coming from a soap opera, her career includes winning awards, topping charts from Australia to the USA and collaborating with internationally recognized artists such as Robbie Williams, Manic Street Preachers, Nick Cave and Justin Timberlake. Read more
Vector art inspired by the Beatles film Yellow Submarine. In 1968, this psychedelic animation movie was hailed as a masterpiece of avant-garde pop art, revolutionary techniques and Beatles music. The story and soundtrack was savored by fans of all ages: “We all live in yellow submarine, and our friends are all aboard”. Read more
An isolated image of a leather soccer ball. Soccer is simple, but it is difficult to play simple. Football is the ballet of the masses, the opera of the people. As Adidas and Nike tell us: impossible is nothing, anything can happen – just do it. Soccer is not just about scoring goals; it’s about winning. In the end, we all speak football! Read more
If you plan a summer party, you need to decide the venue, make an invitation list and design a flyer or poster. The artwork to promote your party should be so that your friends and other party animals talk about it for weeks. Here you can download some amazing nightlife and music vector elements as a start for your layout and graphics. Read more
Pop Art was born in the roaring fifties and quickly became one of the most prominent art movements of the 20th century. A consumer and media boom took place, and visual artists started to interpret ideas, themes and motifs specific to consumer products, mass media, social concerns, advertising and comics. To quote Andy Warhol, “Pop Art is all about liking things”.
Today, Californian artist Mel Marcelo is following in the Pope of Pop’s footsteps, transforming the ordinary into extraordinary. Marcelo’s wonderful digital artworks are full of familiar faces and objects, setting him firmly in place as the 2000s heir of the Pop Art movement. Read more