5 Public Domain Eye Images
Today we have a whimsical collection of Public Domain Eye Images! Below are several black and white Eye Drawings for you. I love the Antique Eye Graphics from an 1880’s Rubber Stamp Catalog. They even have eyebrows. The Watching Eye is really an “eye” catching image. There is an especially interesting Eye of Providence painting from a certificate. Perhaps my favorite of the bunch is the Quirky Vintage Eye Salve Advertising Trade Card. It is so colorful and beautifully illustrated. I thought it might be fun to use the single eye graphics in your Halloween Craft Projects. Perhaps you could make a Cyclops Pumpkin with them!
Vintage Eye Images
Featured above is a Free Public Domain image of a bright and clear Watching Eye! This one was scanned from an Antique Circa 1828 Printer’s book. I’m not sure if this Eye symbol has a particular meaning behind it, but I thought it was so nice looking! The detail of the eye is quite impressive, as it also displays the eyebrow!
Pictured above is one of two Antique Images from an 1880’s Rubber Stamp Catalog of Human Eye Graphics! It contains a less pronounced eyebrow and thick, pointy looking eyelashes. The eye doesn’t appear to be bright and pretty like the one above it, but is still nevertheless interesting!
Here we have the second Antique Image from the same 1880’s Rubber Stamp Catalog! This Human Eye Graphic has more dark areas than the others in the set. The eyelashes and eyebrow don’t appear to me to be very uniform, and the eye looks a bit sigoggled or out of line. Anyhow, that is just my impression. Perhaps that was the intent of the illustrator. Another interesting and unique eye graphic!
Eye of Providence Image
The strikingly vibrant eye above is actually from an old Masonic Certificate. It is the Eye of Providence. This refers to the belief of God having divine providence with the eye of God forever watching over humanity. The sun type rays spreading outward from the eye also represents a sort of divine and omnipresent element. It reminds me of the Mona Lisa because the eye seems to be peering directly at you from every angle. Very intriguing, don’t you think?!!
Old Eye Advertising Graphic
I hope you enjoyed this fun curated collection of Public Domain Eye Images!! You might also like our over 15 Images in our Anatomy Archives HERE or the 1000+ Images in our Black and White Clip Art Archives HERE!