Approved And Rejected Blueprint Design Icons


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This illustration can be purchased from my Shutterstock portfolio and can be downloaded as an EPS file (.eps files can be scaled to any size without loss of resolution).

This illustration can be purchased from my Shutterstock portfolio and can be downloaded as an EPS file (.eps files can be scaled to any size without loss of resolution).

Here is an icon that describes a design process. The drawings are laid out on a big sheet of paper, similar to a scroll, but in the style of a blueprint. The vector icons illustrate rejections, edits or changes needed to be made to the mechanical design and the final approved design. The rejected designs are represented by big red “x’s” crossing out the proposed blueprint. The designs that need edits are represented by red circles and arrows pointing to new placements of the design elements. The final and approved design has a stamp of approval and a golden seal of approval.

About Marlon Lopez

As a designer and photog, I enjoy exploring creative ideas and collaborating with artist, photographers and designers to make unique creatives. I have a strong background in all aspects of design. I have experience in print design, web site design, advertising, corporate identity, brochures, yellow page directories, direct mail, and interactive design. My design solutions emerge from a comprehensive design process, and a understanding of my clients needs.

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