Vector art is one of the most popular art forms used by computers. Vector art differs from bitmap art in the physical rendering of images. Bitmap art renders images in pixels or several dots of colour. Vector art renders images in lines.
Vector art is often preferred because an image is rendered the way the brain actually views it and does not distort when magnified. Instead of .JPEG, .GIF, .BMP, .JPG and .PCX used for extensions for bitmap art, vector art is denoted by extension .EPS and .SVG. Typically, .EPS files are used for printing, and .SVG files are used for rendering images on the Web.
The first of a few more templates that I have setup to assist customers with setting up wall planners.
We often get asked to create bespoke wall planners for clients and have created various different designs for various years.
They are fully bespoke and you can change the colours and add your own advertising and even change the days and add bank holidays and other events that may fit your annual calendar.
I was going to post all of these seperatly but for ease of use and access I decided to put them all in one blog post. I hope that makes things easier for you 🙂
Ok here is the 2015 Calendar Template in EPS, PDF and Illustrator AI format. You can find the 2014 and 2013 templates by clicking the links.
Ok here is the 2014 Calendar Template in EPS, PDF and Illustrator AI format. You can find the 2013 and 2015 templates by clicking the links.
I’ve decided to build a bit of a resources section that contains all the files that we tend to use a lot. I’ll start off with a 2013 calendar template that can be used to create calendar mouse mats, calendar deskpads and believe it or not, actual calendars!
I’ve got the 2014 Calendar Template and the 2015 Calendar Template to post tomorrow.