Rust-Oleum Image Library
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About the Rust-Oleum Image Database

The Rust-Oleum Image Database was created to empower you with the ability to find the content you need when you need it. Gain instant access to thousands of files for all your projects including product images, beauty shots, logos and more.

How to use the Database

Finding your image is simple. Begin your search by selecting a brand or typing key words into the search field. Pages of thumbnail images matching your search criteria will become available to scroll through. Once you locate an image you would like to download, simply click "Save As" and select your file/resolution type. If you are looking for more than one image, no problem! Click on the empty check box for the images you would like to download then click on the link "Add selected items to cart." Once all of your items are in your "cart" you can download them all as a zip file.

It’s an ongoing effort to keep the database current and optimized for search engine performance, but if you still can’t find what you’re looking for or need more direction, simply send a message describing what you need to the Digital Asset Manager and you’ll be contacted with additional information.

Available Files

There are thousands of files ready to download and it can get overwhelming if you’re not familiar with certain types of files. The following list is a short overview of the most common files you’ll find in the database.

AI – These are vector based graphics file used for original artwork creation. Most of our labels are saved in this format. These files can be exported as EPS files and are only editable and viewable using Adobe Illustrator.

EPS – These are vector based graphics files ideal for large format output because they can be scaled easily without pixilation and image distortion. These files are created from AI files and can be imported into a page layout program such as InDesign and Quark XPress. They can only be edited without Adobe Illustrator. Most common uses: logos, label artwork and tradeshow signage.

PSD – These files are the native file format for Adobe Photoshop. These files are pixel-based and are used for image manipulation and color correcting. These files are typically hi-res and could contain multiple layers. They can be saved in multiple formats including the most common, JPG and TIF.

JPG or JPEG – This is a common file format for digital photography and website graphics. They are typically lo-res files and can be used in power point presentations as well.

TIF or TIFF – These files are typically hi-res images and are imported into page layout programs such as InDesign and Quark Xpress.

PDF – These formats can consist of many different resolutions but we typically create them in lo-res and hi-res versions. Lo-res versions can be emailed easily for proofing projects or sending multi-page documents. Hi-res pdfs are created for printing.