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St. Maximilian Kolbe vectorized for cutting plotter and engraving


Vector portrait of St. Maximilian Kolbe for cutting plotter and engraving.
Vector portrait of St. Maximilian Kolbe for cutting plotter and engraving.

We have vectorized this portrait of St. Maximilian Kolbe, taking into consideration the details of the original photo and the factors affecting the performance of a cutting plotter, thus achieving a perfect balance between artistic aesthetics and technical needs.

Tips and angles of this vector image of St. Ignatius of Loyola are rounded to facilitate cutting and peeling.
Tips and angles of this image are rounded to facilitate cutting and peeling.

This portrait of Maximilian Kolbe is vectorized in PostScript format and has the least amount of nodes. Its contours are smooth and soft, with no "jumps" in diagonal or curved lines so that you can use it in your plotter quickly and easily.

This vector religious image can be edited, distorted, enlarged or reduced with any vector graphics program.

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Vector images of St. Maximilian Kolbe available for download.
Vector images of St. Maximilian Kolbe available for download.

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St. Maximilian Kolbe

Maximilian Maria Kolbe was a Polish Franciscan friar, a great promoter of veneration of the Immaculate Heart of Mary, which is why he is known as the Apostle of the Consecration to Mary.

Her birth name was Rajmund and she was born in Zduńska Wola, Poland on June 8, 1894, then part of the Russian Empire.

He founded the Militia of the Immaculata (Militia Immaculatae - Knight of the Immaculate), a religious organization whose goal was to convert sinners, heretics, and infidels to the Catholic faith while having a special link with the Immaculate Conception.

Maximiliano Kolbe was interned in the Auschwitz Nazi concentration camp and during his stay he volunteered to take the place of another prisoner designated to be executed.

He died on August 14, 1941 from a phenol injection, after being locked up for two weeks in a bunker without eating or drinking.

Maximilian is considered a Martyr of Charity and was canonized in 1982 by Pope John Paul II.

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