victorian

As Alexander Graham Bell once said,

“When one door closes
another door opens”

Ornate Victorian flourishes and fonts contrast the sleek, minimal, mid-century modern designs on the web. How can two opposing styles co-exist at one time? With the internet, all things are possible – world’s collide and co-mingling takes place. But, for our discussion today, let’s focus on Victorian vectors. Can you open the door to creativity by adding Victorian flair to your websites, while maintaining a modern, minimal UI/UX?

Retro Vectors

victorian classic headpieces

victorian dogs

victorian skull crossbones


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Adams and Morioka rock the “Modern Victorian” look with the use of Victorian vectors in their Sundance Film Festival posters.

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