This week I’m excited to introduce Vector Toons as the latest donator of top quality resources for my Access All Areas membership. Members can now download a combination of four Vector Toons cartoon character packs from the business collection, totalling 54 individual vector character designs that can be used as mascots in your website designs, book illustrations, presentations and more! The designs feature 6 separate male and female characters in multiple poses and situations to provide plenty of possible uses.

Vector Toons

Vector Toons is the place to go for premium quality royalty free vector graphics. Their store has a variety of vector cartoon collections, featuring 100s of different characters and objects. Spoon Graphics readers can receive $10 off their order by using the code spoon558bfd8b4ed9e during checkout, which means you could an entire collection of your choice totally free!

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Business Cartoon Characters for Members

Vector Toons business collection

Access All Areas members are being treated to four packs from the Vector Toons business collection, featuring the characters Alicia, Carol, Devon, Michael, Sarah and Tom in a range of office situations and poses. Each file comes as a PDF file, so it can be opened in Photoshop, Illustrator and many other applications while retaining its vector format.

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  1. So glad there’s some diversity! It’s hard finding these types of assets with people of color!

    • The great thing about vector graphics is they can even be broken apart to change the colour of hair, skin, clothes, etc to accommodate the full spectrum of homo-sapiens!

  2. Chris:

    I’m a premium member and just downloaded the business vector toons set. I am receiving an error message that alicia files 1-6 are corrupt and cannot be opened. All the other files work fine.

    • Hmm this is a strange one! I’ve just downloaded and tested those files I seem to be able to open them just fine. I don’t know where to start considering the others are working for you.
      Have you tried re-downloading the file as a first step just to make sure they weren’t corrupted in the transfer somehow?


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