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Art Nouveau Swirls Free Vector
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I created this vector tracing in 2003, for a college project. Original artist was Aubrey Beardsley, but I'm not sure which book I used as a source. The original had more details.

Free to use in personal or commercial projects. Not to be sold. NOT TO BE USED FOR LOGOS. This vector is not to be claimed as the work of anyone else. Please credit me, Emily Gonsalves, wherever possible as the creator of the vector.


If you use the file, I'd love to know how it was used. Feel free to e-mail me about it. Hope you enjoy it!

Click on download to get the zip file containing the Illustrator 10 AI file.
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1craigcarl's avatar
Down side of cover sheet on photo album
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Lanisatu|Professional Interface Designer
That sounds cool. Would love to see a picture if you're willing to share.
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Ko1207's avatar
nice design like to try it for one of my logo,s
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Lanisatu|Professional Interface Designer
A logo should be an original creation. This is not meant to be used for a logo, no stock artwork is. You can't copyright a logo if you use stock elements.
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MinSeok83|Hobbyist General Artist
Hello, used your vector in this deviation. Thanks!
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Lanisatu|Professional Interface Designer
Thanks for letting me know :)
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Biyle1's avatar
Hello, I am a student and would like to use this image in one of my projects. If you don't write back I will assume it is OK to go forward and use the image.
Thank You Very Much
Craig Boyle
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Lanisatu|Professional Interface Designer
Replying again here in case another student sees this.

It is okay to use this in a student project, but you will need to credit me properly in your Works Cited. My full name to use for that is Emily Gonsalves.

Thanks for asking :)
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rinchak's avatar
Love the flourish. Thanks for sharing it. Will post when project is made using it ☺️
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Lanisatu|Professional Interface Designer
Thanks :)
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kirnex's avatar
This is amazing. Thanks for sharing these!
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Lanisatu|Professional Interface Designer
You're welcome!

If you use it, I'd like to see it :)
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AnmlstcBhvr's avatar
Thanks for sharing! Keep it up!
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Lanisatu|Professional Interface Designer
You're welcome. If you post how you use it on DA, let me know and I will add to my faves :)
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pldr|Hobbyist General Artist
I hope I'll remember to let you know the adress of my website when it's done. i think I'll use this one, exactly what I was looking for
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Lanisatu|Professional Interface Designer
Thanks, glad you found it useful. If you post your finished piece on DA, let me know an I'll add it to my faves :)
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pldr|Hobbyist General Artist
I used it right here: [link]
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Cool, thanks for letting me know :)
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aknayesha|Professional Interface Designer
Nice!
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Lanisatu|Professional Interface Designer
Thanks :)
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shamuta's avatar
I'm trying to make a design for our Art Club's T-shirt, and for the design we voted on was something that had swirls on it (kinda like swirls with a 70s design to it) <(^_^)>
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Art Nouveau is actually more turn of the century, the height of it being 1890-1910. It's an interesting art movement that emphasizes natural and organic shapes. If you want to see more from the period, look up some of Alphonse Mucha's work, he did a lot of posters with swirly haired ladies.

Good luck with your T-shirt design :)
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Thanks! <(^v^)>
If you want to see the final work, just go to the link below. It's our club's deviantart site... the pic didn't look blurry when i was working on it on the comp tho... ~(TT^TT)~
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