Weekly Vector Inspiration #95

Weekly Vector Inspiration

This post is part of a weekly series showcasing inspirational vector art. Although the series showcases vector art, some work might just be vector inspired, not created completely with vector art. If you have any art suggestions, feel free to comment! For more vector art inspiration, check out the Vectips Flickr Group.

Adidas Originals adicolor Cube by Fillter017

Adidas Originals adicolor Cube by Fillter017

angelina jolie by dokrobei

angelina jolie by dokrobei

…What Is In You. by Jared Nickerson

...What Is In You. by Jared Nickerson

Built on Rock by Glennz Tees

Built on Rock by Glennz Tees

Rainbow by ndikol

Rainbow by ndikol

NIKE TEE COLLECTION by Peter Steffen

NIKE TEE COLLECTION by Peter Steffen

ABSA by Am I Collective

ABSA by Am I Collective

Hyaku

Hyaku

Skinny Ol’ Johnny Appleseed by Scotty Reifsnyder

Skinny Ol’ Johnny Appleseed by Scotty Reifsnyder

McGold Rush by Pokii-kun

McGold Rush by Pokii-kun

B N S F by Luigi Maldonado

B N S F by Luigi Maldonado

Community: Totem Project

Community: Totem Project

Island Reunion by Spiritgreen

Island Reunion by Spiritgreen

The Watcher by Gaks Designs

The Watcher by Gaks Designs

Upper Masses Apparel by Price

Upper Masses Apparel by Price

Upper Masses Apparel by Price

Upper Masses Apparel by Price

Batman International by Wardell Brown

Batman International by Wardell Brown

Lindedesign

Lindedesign

You can be my wingman by Stanley Chow

You can be my wingman by Stanley Chow

pop-up book by mo mo

pop-up book by mo mo

Herbert Art Gallery & Museum. Street Art Publicity by Nigel Hopkins

Herbert Art Gallery & Museum. Street Art Publicity by Nigel Hopkins

Pardon My French by Roel van Eekelen

Pardon My French by Roel van Eekelen

Christian San Jose

Christian San Jose

War! Zodiac by Wardell Brown

War! Zodiac by Wardell Brown

Miami New Times Illos by Wardell Brown

Miami New Times Illos by Wardell Brown

Scout Ad by SENG

Scout Ad by SENG

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