Wildlife designs are a decorating staple for apparel and more, with artwork featuring fur, feathers and fins appealing to markets from sportsmen to conservation groups and everything in between.
Whether your customers are into big game or fuzzy friends, you’ll find just the right image in the Great Dane Graphics stock art collection.
Subjects range from armadillos and bears to whales and wolves in art styles from realistic to cartoon, with recent additions including “Grizzly with Elk,” “Mallard,” Cheetah Prowl” and “Wolf Creek.”
Designs can be used alone, or elements can be combined to create unique graphics. Artwork is royalty-free and production-ready for screen printing, signage, sublimation or digital transfers, embroidery and vinyl cut designs. Vinyl cutting files are offered in both detailed and basic formats. Vector black line clip art and full-color inkjet/laser printing transfer files are also included.
Great Dane offers three ways to purchase artwork based on your needs and budget. The first is three levels of affordable yearly subscription plans, which also includes access to customizable templates.
The Lil’ Pup lets you download 10 stock art files a month and view free training videos. The Big Dog offers 50 monthly downloads of any art file on the GDG site, access to all training videos and a private Facebook group, and a 10 percent discount on products. The Great Dane shares the same features as The Big Dog, but with 200 downloads a month.
Or you can buy stock art collections with 250 images per volume. Eight volumes are available and come on individual memory sticks for ease and convenience. There are several file formats for use in various applications. Full-color, digital files are high-resolution .png files saved at 14 inches with a transparent background.
Finally, you can purchase single downloads. Priced from $2.99 – $4.99 each, customers can choose, pay for and download any art in the catalog directly from the website in minutes. It’s a perfect solution when a rush job requires something quickly, the shop artist may be backed up with other artwork needs, or it’s a job on a budget.