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Vectors - Different Buses Mix
3 AI + TIF | 47.41 Mb

02.05.2024 650



Vectors - Cartoon Fitness Sport Elements Design
25 EPS | JPG | 37.5 MB

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Vectors - Cartoon Fitness Sport Elements Design 2
26 EPS | JPG | 37.7 MB

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Vectors - Green Waves Backgrounds 2
4 AI + TIF | 75.97 Mb

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Vectors - Extreme Sports Backgrounds
4 AI + TIF | 86 MB

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Vectors - People and Bodybuilders in GYM
3 AI + TIF | 54.39 Mb

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Vectors - Fairy Tale Characters 4
3 AI + TIF | 67 MB

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Vectors - Construction Workers Set 4
3 AI + TIF | 49.31 Mb

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Vectors - Delivery People Set 2
3 AI + TIF | 58.13 Mb

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Vectors - Vintage Wedding Elements 3
3 AI + TIF | 66 MB

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Vectors are images that use mathematical equations to create and edit graphic objects. They are different from raster images, which consist of pixels and have a fixed size. One of the main advantages of vector images is their scalability. Images created in the vector format can be enlarged or reduced without losing quality. This is especially useful when creating logos or other design elements where precision and clarity are crucial.

Another advantage of vector images is that they take up less space on your hard drive. Raster images consist of millions of pixels, each taking up a certain amount of memory. In contrast, vector images use mathematical equations to store information about the shape and color of objects. In addition, vector images can be easily modified without losing quality. For example, if you want to change the color of a logo, you don't need to create a new image - you can simply change the value of the color in the file. Overall, using vector images can significantly improve the quality of your design and make it more efficient.