I hope you enjoyed this curated collection of Skeleton Key Clipart Images and Locks. By clicking the Download button, you accept the responsibility for using unreleased content including obtaining any clearances required for your use and agree to abide by any restrictions. However I cannot guarantee that. Everything looks good with the addition of a few blotches of colorful and dimensional watercolor ink—especially when the main element is completely void of color. I thought these images might be great to use in your Steampunk projects. Engraving, woodcut, and cross-hatching are all terms that have been used to describe this particular style of design.
The Key has some fun Typography with it. I thought it would be fun to make something similar so I merged one of my old Apothecary Skull images with a Vintage Skeleton Key. Here is an old fashioned looking Skeleton Key with a square bottom. These matching skeleton key tattoos. This sketch style skeleton key tattoo. It is also from an antique Typography book. Your Getty Images representative will discuss a renewal with you.
Unless you have a written agreement with Getty Images stating otherwise, Easy-access downloads are for comp purposes and are not licenced for use in a final project. The body and tip of the key are decorated with a small vine that wraps around the shaft. This pair of identical matching keys is a welcome deviation from the boat loads of lock and key tattoos we see on an almost daily basis. No list would be complete without at least one watercolor design on it. The intricate design of the various parts of this key is actually quite amazing. Anyway, thank you, Graphics Fairy, for all you do! I hope you can find a fun use for it in your art!. Fun Old Skeleton Key Images Above is an interesting looking Paris Key Graphic from an Old French Document! Easy-access downloads let you quickly download hi-res, non-watermarked images.
You might also like our! Of course the vintage clipart is perfect for a Mixed Media Collage or craft project. The Graphics Fairy is a resource for Home Decorators, Graphics Designers and Crafters. Daily vintage image downloads since 2007. Keep scrolling for another awesome example of his work. Sanghyuk introduces a little simplicity into the mix with this unornamented key. Above is another stylish lock from yesteryear. I could just see a skeleton key dangling from the cover.
Here we have another sketch style design by the talented Brazilian tattooist Felipe Rodrigues Fe Rod. For some reason, when we think of old skeleton keys, we often picture them hanging from some sort of silk or velvet ribbon. It is a crisp clear illustration that shows holes on the lock body and a wide bar closure. The skeleton key is a common component of many lovey-dovey couple tattoos. Please see my Faq page to find info on copyright laws in your country.
Vintage Lock Illustrations The lock pictured above I find intriguing in that it really is very similar to the locks e. I was watching Once Upon a Time the other night, and the Evil Queen had a ring of Skeleton Keys with Skulls on them. This is another one that would work great for Steampunk projects. Enjoy these antique skeleton key and lock pictures and have fun creating. And key to be exact. This curated set of vintage key and lock images are unusual and captivating. Everything you share is always soooo wonderful — so valuable to keep the sense of history from passing of our culture, with these real images from our past! This must have required much thought and time to create.
And few do it better than the venerable Inez Janiak. This nature themed skeleton key. It was so cool and ornate. The Key shown above is the original drawing of the skull key. Most skeleton keys in fact looked like the one above—built for function pure and simple. These Skeleton Key clipart images are fun and interesting.
Although the keys were long gone by the time we moved in, I remember looking through the keyholes and wondering what kind of stone age relic fit that oddly shaped receptacle. The whole collection could even be used to create an amazing lock and key junk journal. Please carefully review any restrictions accompanying the Licensed Material on the Getty Images website and contact your Getty Images representative if you have a question about them. The more elaborate skeleton keys with the fancy head designs were few and far between. A real relic of a bygone era. It was scanned from an antique Typography book.
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