12+ Hot Air Balloon Clipart
Today we have a fascinating collection of Hot Air Balloon Clipart! Imagine traveling up in the sky in one of these. Our set includes some darling and colorful examples of this old fashioned form of transportation. We also have a large selection of Black and White Hot Air Balloon Clip Art for you. These would make great Photoshop Brushes. I hope you like them!! They are nice images to use in your Mixed Media Craft or Steampunk Projects.
Colorful Hot Air Balloon Clip Art
Here’s a delightful Victorian scrap of a two children riding a Hot Air Balloon! This one has nice bright colors and a very pretty pink Rose garland along the top. The kids appear to be dressed in quite fancy attire, and the flag being held looks to have a heart on it. What could it represent?
This a sweet little card showing a young boy flying in a Balloon. There are two large ribbons hanging from the balloon. I love the bright sun’s rays in the distance. Such a whimsical piece! The balloon has a blank area on it, where you could add a message. Charming!
This is such a fun graphic! Above is an Antique Victorian scrap of a Hot Air Balloon with two men and a woman riding in it. I’m not sure what the flag on the left represents but obviously the woman is proudly holding an American flag. So festive looking with all of the beautiful colors! The balloon says “Good Bye” on it.
Here is the latest addition to this collection. This one has lovely looking green and white stripes on it! The basket is currently empty, perhaps some passengers will board it soon.
Black and White Hot Air Balloon Clipart
Pictured above is a fun graphic from an Antique Rubber Stamp Catalog in my collection! The book dates to 1880, and is such a find! Shown is a fabulous Hot Air Balloon with an Advertising sign on it for a Toy and Novelty store that reads, “Laden With A Supply Of Toys, Novelties, and Fancy Goods.”
As you can see this is the same one as shown above. In this version I decided to remove the text as I think that blank sign area could be really useful. I can see using this for invitations to a Birthday party or a coupon for a Day of Fun!
Here we have a fabulous illustration of a Hot Air Balloon! This wonderful balloon, among others, was scanned from a Circa 1910 book page. I’m not sure what book this is from, as I only have this page from it. I love the quirky looking man in it! Drawn by pen, the illustration is sort of Doodle looking actually! Featured above is a nice graphic from an 1870’s French Technology book of a fun Hot Air Balloon! It must have been quite a challenge to draw all of those lines, including the interesting geometric patterns on top!
Above is an old fashioned Transportation image of a cute balloon from the 1870’s book. I cleaned this image up and enlarged it… a lot, as the originals were quite tiny.
Above is another fine Travel balloon image. This one displays a splendid Silhouette style and shows two people in the basket, who must be up pretty high in the sky as they are surrounded by clouds!
This Vintage Hot Air Balloon was also scanned from a Circa 1910 book page. The balloon is different from others in this set because it has an additional large rectangle/triangle section at the bottom that is connected to the carriage. What could that be for?!
Scanned from another Circa 1910 book page, the interesting ‘Wing things’ on the this pen–drawn illustration are fascinating! A man is standing on a platform and holding onto a bar, which looks a bit precarious to me! I’m not sure if this thing ever actually flew, but it surely is an impressive design!
I hope you enjoyed this fun curated collection of Hot Air Balloon Clipart! You might also like our Best Steampunk Images HERE and our Bicycle Clip Art Images HERE!
This is an interesting collection! I love the coloured ones – so pretty with the different colours! The people gathered all look like they are in an adventure to remember. LOL! Thank you for sharing these with us! I love these! Have a wonderful weekend!
Karen Watson says
Thank you Irene! Hope you have a wonderful weekend too! 😊
I have been looking for something like this for a long time.
Karen Watson says
Hi what was the name of that french technology book? and if you could also give me the date it was published in and the author?
Thank you for taking time to share.
Wonderful! Just what I’m looking for. It’ll fit nicely into Hubby’s Steampunk Study (a project so ambitious it got its own blog). Thank you!