Three devil illustrations

Three devil illustrationsOn this page we present to you three interesting illustrations whose main motif is the devil. We have found them in some old books, and it would make us happy if you got a good idea or two on how to use them!


In one of the illustrations, a devil is drawn sitting on a skull and reading a book. It was taken from the cover of an old book titled “New ideas in magic illusions”. The illustration of the devil and the skull is in a rectangular frame, and at the bottom of the illustration there is a small rectangular frame where you can type some text. Above the devil there is plenty of space that can also be used to insert text. This space on the cover page contained the book title and a drawing of several flying bats. The other two illustrations depict only the devil’s head, and both had just a decorative function inside the book. In all three illustrations, the devil is not portrayed as a terrible creature, but rather resembles a creature that intends to deceive you.


All three illustrations are hand-traced in high quality using vector drawing software and can be downloaded as vectors (.svg and .eps file formats) or CAD drawings (.dwg file format).


License: Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported. We hope you appreciate the hard work we put into hand tracing and will therefore use these illustrations by following the rules stated in the license.

Click on the links below to download these interesting  devil illustrations.


Three devil illustrations - .dwg 2D CAD file format (231.07 KB)


Three devil illustrations - .eps vector file format (827.48 KB)


Three devil illustrations - .svg vector file format (822.69 KB)