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You need to open the EPS file in Adobe Illustrator. Sometimes stock vectors are all grouped or merged together, and they're difficult to isolate. First thing to try: Select everything (command + A) and go in the menu "Object" and select "ungroup." You might need to do this a few times. If this doesn't work (or not well enough) You can use the ...


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There's no rules about renaming or not your company; it's your logo and your company, you do what you want. After all, a lot of people name their businesses based on symbols they like. If this graphic has a special meaning to you, it's alright to use it. Especially in design, there's no limits to express your own style and since it's for yourself, you truly ...


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There is no point in renaming, redesigning or ruining something when the end goal is unclear. Did you set out to make a "C"? Then re-do it. Did you set out to make an alphabet? Then maybe re-name, but first compare to the other letters. It is always the purpose and not the tweak you should focus on. As you can see it is [...] full of nostalgic elements ...


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I've designed billboards for a few different vendors. Most of them have requested 1 tenth scale (something like 14" x 48") at 300ppi. The amount of pocket/bleed room will differ per vendor. Each vendor may have quite different requirements, but in my experience, stock art listed as high or very high resolution will most likely be just fine. Keep in mind that ...



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