Collection of hand traced Art nouveau designs. These Art nouveau vector designs are available in dwg, eps, and svg formats.

Art Nouveau style (Jugendstil) was very popular in the late 19th and early 20th century. Art Nouveau style was not limited only to visual art, but can be found in decorative art, architecture, graphic arts, interior design and was also very popular for decorating a variety of products such as jewelry, furniture, wrought iron products, household silver, textiles, etc ... Art nouveau style is inspired by natural forms and structures, and can be easily recognized by its beautiful curved lines.  The German sculptor Hermann Obrist described it as “sudden violent curves generated by the crack of a whip". Products made in the Art Nouveau style are irregularly shaped and were therefore very expensive. Nowadays, every manufacturer wants to break into the large market for a lower price and therefore use of this beautiful decorative style is rare.

We greatly appreciate you choosing our Art nouveau designs and hope they will be of use.

We'd love to see what you create using our Art nouveau designs and have your work featured in our Showroom gallery.


Typographic Art nouveau borders from early 20th century. We discovered these in an old typographic catalog from the beginning of the 20th century.

Here you can download an Art Nouveau border pattern shown in the picture below.

This is a collection of 7 Art Nouveau borders that were found in various vintage ads from old magazines.

On this page you can download a beautiful design which we called the Art Nouveau cherry tree design.

Art Nouveau cover design that you can download here comes from an old book "The Simple Art applied to handwork".

This is a simple frame design drawn in the Art Nouveau style, with a circular blank surface in its center, and designed to decorate square surfaces.

 A set of three Art Nouveau floral designs created in 2D CAD software. The set contains two corner designs, and an Art Nouveau square design.

On this page you can download Art Nouveau frame border design. It consists of 4 corner designs arranged in each corner.

Here you can download a simple Art Nouveau motif. The motif is square in shape and we could freely call it a floral Art Nouveau motif.

This is a set of three Art Nouveau patterns that can be used in many ways in graphic projects as well as in handicraft.

On this page we present you with an abstract repeating pattern in the Art Nouveau style.

We called these patterns Art Nouveau Scroll saw Patterns, but as a decoration you can use them in many other decorating techniques as well.

Here we have put at your disposal a beautiful floral design that we call the Art Nouveau tulip design.

On this page you can download a collection of 11 typographic decorations that we named the Art ornaments.

In the collection which you can download here, there are 27 Art Nouveau illustrations by the famous Austrian painter and illustrator Julius Klinger (1876–1942).

Here you can download a large collection of 31 scroll line frames. They are very easy to draw, especially in 2D CAD or vector software.

Here you can download an interesting vertical rectangular frame border that we found on the cover of an old book.

In the picture there are 13 curved vector patterns that are offered to you for download and use.

Here we present to you a collection of 3 decorative line borders of rectangular shape.

This small but beautiful 8-design collection is offered to anyone who needs some floral design elements drawn in the Art Nouveau style.

Beautiful foliage sign layout in the Art Nouveau style which is intended to decorate vertical rectangular surface areas.

If you need free vector patterns inspired by Art nouveau style, these three grape frieze patterns may satisfy all your requirements.

Here you can download an Art Nouveau border. It has been discovered in an old typographic catalog, where it was named ‘Knickerbocker ornates’.

On this page you can download the hand traced Le Chat Noir (The Black Cat) poster of the famous French Art Nouveau artist Théophile Steinlen.