This is a DIGITAL FILE SET for DIY crafters to make your own projects. This file set comes as INSTANT DOWNLOAD. (If you are looking for a finished sign, shop here.)
The original Slaughtered Lamb sign in the movie "American Werewolf in London" showed a rougher animal sketch with a 1980s-style typeface. We've given this design our own vintage spin with a more gothic typeface and cleaner wolf design. This will also make it easier to cut out and stencil, for example if you're doing anything with paint or vinyl. Ten color layers.
"Excuse me, what's that star on the wall for?"
"You made me MISS!..."
"You CAN'T let them GO!"
Classic horror nerds. :-)
Each order will come with vectors & rasters. The original file is 18W" X 24H" at 300ppi. As a carefully drawn vector, it can be resized to any scale without loss of detail. Files: PNG . JPG . PDF . EPS . SVG . DXF
(VECTORS/SVG ARE IN THE .ZIP FILE TITLED "SIGN"; the other two .zip files are high-res flattened JPG and PNG prints.)
© Bear & Blue original artwork
This file set is for personal and boutique retail use only. To obtain commercial use rights (for any physical products that you intend to sell over 50 units), see https://www.etsy.com/listing/745250133/extended-commercial-licensing-for-any-of. An extended license is important for your protection and ours. Bear & Blue digital files may NOT be shared, copied, traded, exchanged, or resold IN WHOLE or IN PART in any format.
Please be aware that Bear & Blue is not directly affiliated with any other media or creative corporations. Our designs consist of original “fan art” and “satire” derivations, and intentionally do not resemble the “official” designs of any corporation. We strongly suggest checking for legally registered wordmarks or images on the USPTO.gov website before advertising or selling “fan art” or “satire” products. We make every effort to respect and support the creations of other artists, and encourage the use of our designs solely for DIY projects. Bear & Blue is not responsible for trademark and/or copyright infringements by third-parties.