We can still remember our not-so-boring physics teacher lecturing us about vectors. I know, maybe some of us already forgot what it means. To give you brief recap, a vector is a quantity having direction as well as magnitude, especially as determining the position of one point in space relative to another. It is a matrix with one row or one column.
Vectors are not just your mere physics quantity. Don’t you know that you can use it as a form of art too? Yes, it is. Here, you will witness our vector designs specially made for Valentine’s Day, isn’t it sweet? Take a look at our 8 great pattern selections that you will surely love.
February is almost here, I can smell the air of love and sweetness. Couples everywhere, exchanging cards, flowers, chocolates with teddy bears, and so on. Though these are optional, in general, people are used to these kinds of things when Valentine’s Day is about to come or if it is already on the day of the celebration.
This type of event originated way back in the ancient Roman festival of Lupercalia, a fertility celebration commemorated annually on February 15. Pope Gelasius I changed this pagan festival as a Christian feast day roughly AD 496, proclaiming February 14 to be St. Valentine’s Day. Hence, up until today, we celebrate Valentine’s every 14th of February.
Valentine’s Day is not just for couples to celebrate. However, others may feel a little bit lonely and sad, especially those who do not have a significant other. All the same, anyone can still have fun and enjoy this celebration. Celebrate it with your family, whose unending love is always there, or celebrate it with your friends. With this, you will soon think that it is not sad being alone on Valentine’s Day.
If you want other related topics, check out our love vectors page.
Apart from flowers and yummy chocolates, giving or exchanging cards on Valentine’s Day is commonplace. Approximately, 150 million Valentine’s Day cards are being exchanged each year, making Valentine’s Day the second most well-known card-giving holiday after Christmas.
Now, since we are talking about Valentine’s Day cards, and it is almost February, it would be nice if you already have in mind that perfect card that you will give to your special someone. We do not want you to go out and buy cards at the store, that would be a hassle and time-consuming. We’ve created a list of 8 Valentine’s Day card in vector designs that will enthrall you.
These designs are not just the usual Valentine’s layout you can see in stores. Each comes in a very unique and edgy pattern that is a cut above the rest. These are in a good quality resolution for a better and clear image. Also, each is highly modifiable, meaning you can edit them any way you want, for a more personalized touch. So what are you waiting for? Download them now!
We always relate hearts to Valentine’s Day, why don’t you check out our heart vectors for more related designs.