Here we present to you a very interesting collection of vector illustrations called “Grotesques & Creatures”.
In art, a ‘grotesque’ represents an ornament consisting of unusual or fantastic figures around which various forms are drawn typical of ornament drawing. The word ‘creature’ is used to indicate a form of life that is fictional and unusual. Based on the previous two definitions, you can conclude that we have created this category of vectors to group in it all the designs, patterns and ornaments showing various mythological creatures, humans and animals depicted in a strange, fantastic, mysterious, and even disgusting way. Take a look at the vector illustrations that we have offered here, and you will know what we mean. By the way, grotesques are a very interesting type of decoration, and if you are interested in unusual things, we recommend that you search for additional information about them.
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 you can download an Aztec double-headed serpent design. The design is not complicated and can be used in many ways.
Here we have a well-known illustration from Chinese mythology - the Chinese dragon with a snake-like body and 4 legs, chasing the flaming pearl of wisdom and truth.
This is a set of five Chinese jewelry designs that we found in an old book about jewelry.
In the collection which you can download here you will find illustrations of 7 dwarfs by the famous English children's book illustrator Arthur Rackham.
In this collection there are 22 vector illustrations of various creatures from fairy tales.
Stylized monkey silhouette, simple pattern suitable for cutting from a variety of materials (paper cutting, scroll saw, laser cutting...).
On this page you can download three ‘Danse Macabre’ silhouettes that were originally published in the book “Ein Totentanz” (Author: Draesner Walter, Published 1922).
Interlaced ornament with dragon motif. This carving ornament comes from Arts and crafts magazine, published in 1904.
Download free "Dragon in Clouds" vector pattern, a complex but beautiful Japanese stencil.
This is a rectangular ornament with dragon motif that can easily be converted into a ornamental frieze pattern.
Here you can download an illustration of a dragon, which is very suitable for tattoo.
On this page you can download an elliptical sign design with a dragon on each side.
If you need a foliate ceiling ornament, you have come to the right place where you are offered to download two very beautiful frame border ornaments with foliate motifs:
Here is a collection of 8 grotesque animal ornamental designs.
As you can see in the picture, here you can download four Renaissance grotesque patterns originating from carved stone panels.
On this page you can download a heraldic design element with the main motif of a griffin mythological creature.
Black and white circular illustration with the main motif of a centaur holding a torch.
On this page you can download elegant round ornament in the Italian renaissance style.
On this page you can download a design whose main motif is the Japanese ornamental dragon.
On this page you can download a digitized silhouette of a scene from the movie Nosferatu ("Nosferatu, eine Symphonie des Grauens" (original title)).
Digitalized papel picado design, a beautiful decorative craft pattern on which beings are represented as skeletons.
On this page you can download free fretwork pattern with Pegasus silhouette in the center.
On this page you can download frame border design in the Renaissance style.
Here you can download a pattern with the help of which you can cut a very nice wood panel in scroll saw technique.
This is a collection of 25 silhouettes drawn by the famous German artist Ernst Moritz Engert (1892 – 1986).
On this page we present to you three interesting illustrations whose main motif is the devil.
On this page you can download two black and white designs of grotesque animals.
Precisely drawn vector illustrations of the hobgoblins. Hobgoblins are household spirits or fairies in European folktales.
Two vectorized old illustrations. The illustrations are hand traced and in the picture you can see what they looks like when painted.
Here we present a very interesting frieze pattern that we named Viking frieze ornament.