Jerrod Maruyama has a n incredible way of turning cute into cuter. They said it could not be done, but behold: Calvin and Hobbes. Awesome.
We were not sure what to expect when we opened the Vectorvault Flickr community to the public. But the reaction has been incredible. In less than a month, our pool has gained over 100 members and over 400 creative contributions.
It’s a great thing to see this membership represented by the art form that they support every day here at Vectorvault. It’s injected a new sense of inspiration into this project. In fact, many of our posts are harvested directly from this source. Why? Because we love to shine the light on those who give us momentum.
Take a moment to not only scan through, but we also invite you to join up. Be a part of this exciting movement by uploading some of your own creations. Show us what you got.
We know what you’re thinking: “It’s about time”. Well, to be quite frank – you’re right. Several Anchorpoint members have urged us to get off our tails and start harvesting some talent from this exploding community. So, here we go.
We’re going to get things rolling by requesting that you upload some of your own vector images from your Flickr account and if you don’t have a flickr account: go get one.
Once it picks up some speed, we’re going to tie the main site directly into the Flickr community and really set this thing off.
“This group is an extension of vectorvault.com. It’s main focus is vector art and those who are passionate about this exciting digital art form.
“We have dedicated ourselves to search for the world’s finest examples of vector art and educate others to learn more about how to create it.
Our intentions are noble. Please only submit work that is vector in nature. Do not submit work that you did not create personally and do not contribute content that is in any way racist, hateful, or vulgar. We are interested in inspiring others. Period.”