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Bespoke Art Prints

nate10184

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I've been doing some vector art in my spare time and wanted to show off the fruits of my labor. I took a recent Zegna ad, vectorized it, and tweaked it to my specifications. The cool thing is that I can switch out any tie/shirt/suit combination I want in a matter of minutes. Also since its vector based I can blow it up as big as I want without losing any quality. I'm thinking about making a 24 x 36 print for my apartment.

If anyone has a particular image they'd like to see done in this style let me know (copyright permitting of course). I was thinking one of the vintage 20s clothing ads would be really cool.

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That ad is from the Zegna website, no?
 

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I would have a lot of fun with that! I wonder what some of the outfits in the satorialist thread would look like if you messed with them.
 

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Originally Posted by nate10184
I've been doing some vector art in my spare time and wanted to show off the fruits of my labor. I took a recent Zegna ad, vectorized it, and tweaked it to my specifications. The cool thing is that I can switch out any tie/shirt/suit combination I want in a matter of minutes. Also since its vector based I can blow it up as big as I want without losing any quality. I'm thinking about making a 24 x 36 print for my apartment.

If anyone has a particular image they'd like to see done in this style let me know (copyright permitting of course). I was thinking one of the vintage 20s clothing ads would be really cool.


Dude, that would be SICK. Please do as many as you can. You are sure to gain a following here.
 

Bhowie

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The second one looks much better.
 

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I like that. Looks like a big print would be fun to have.
 

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Thanks guys. Any other ideas? I'd love to do an official SF poster.

This was the first one I tried out just for practice, I'd definitely go back and rework the text if I got it printed. Great cover I found at Souliers.net.

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If you do a search, I posted several pics from a 1918 Clothing Catalogue... those might look interesting "vectorized."
 

LabelKing

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Originally Posted by nate10184
Thanks guys. Any other ideas? I'd love to do an official SF poster.

This was the first one I tried out just for practice, I'd definitely go back and rework the text if I got it printed. Great cover I found at Souliers.net.

MonsieurSmall.jpg


This would be interesting as a larger poster.
 

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How would I go about doing this? I would like to mess with fashion show pictures!
 

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