Access All Areas members have a wonderful collection of vintage logo templates to download this week, courtesy of Roman Paslavskiy. This Minimal Vintage Logos volume contains 20 pre-made designs in a simple retro style with a touch of roughness. The badge templates are fully editable and 100% vector, so you can edit all the text and stroke weights, and scale the logos without losing sharpness. Some designs are fully type based, whilst others include graphics that ties it to a specific theme, such an apparel brand or the adventure/outdoors industry.

Roman Paslavskiy is a graphic designer who loves creating fonts, logos and other vintage goods for his Seveniwe store. Logo templates are his most popular type of product, with a huge range of retro and vintage badges being available in a variety of collections. Groups of logos are available in individual sets, or as part of his new bundle of 5 retro logo volumes, giving you a total 100 logos with a saving of 50%.

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20 Minimal Vintage Logos for Members

These 20 minimal vintage logos are perfect for branding projects, apparel designs, t-shirt prints, labels, greeting cards and more. Files come in a variety of formats, including AI and EPS documents for Illustrator versions CS2+, CS4+ & CC. Also included is a useful fonts list so you can source the same typefaces used in the designs to preserve the appearance when customising the text.

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