It's easy to add true Gothic and medieval flavor to a host of graphic and print projects! This richly detailed treasury includes over 400 designs and illustrations rendered directly from manuscripts and artwork from the Middle Ages. Presented in a wide range of styles and sizes, this collection inclu... read more
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It's easy to add true Gothic and medieval flavor to a host of graphic and print projects! This richly detailed treasury includes over 400 designs and illustrations rendered directly from manuscripts and artwork from the Middle Ages. Presented in a wide range of styles and sizes, this collection includes immediately usable graphics of knights in armor, turreted castles and walled cities, fanciful creatures of the sea and air, heraldic designs, architectural embellishments and ornamentation, exquisitely drawn letters of the alphabet, and so much more.
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