There are a lot of talented graphic designers out there (like me), who are able to create stunning illustrations that you can use for your next project. However, not every graphic designer has such a skill set.
You might be looking at a graphic designer who is working on commission or who doesn’t want to spend their time creating illustrations that you can use anywhere in your product. That’s why I’ve put together this list of wonderful sources for downloading illustrations.
If you’re looking for ways to save time when creating graphics and illustrations, check out Freepik. This site has thousands of design elements and illustration templates available. You’ll find illustrations in a variety of styles and categories.
You can download and use them in commercial and personal projects. Please note that you must link back to the original source if you use any of these images.
Human illustrations are among the most popular kinds of illustrations on the web, and this site is dedicated to them. Use it anytime you need an illustration featuring a human being, whether it’s for a commercial project or just for fun.
There is no signing up required, and the content is available for free. In case you decide to use this material, be it for personal or commercial use, please give credit to the author.
DrawKit is another collection of free, open-source vector illustrations. Use them in commercial and personal projects. This site includes color and black and white versions of all its resources.
You’ll find two styles of illustrations on DrawKit, all of which can be altered to fit the tone of your brand. Both PSD and PNG downloads are included.
unDraw is a resource for free illustration templates. It offers a growing collection of free illustrations that can be used in all your projects, both personal and commercial. No attribution is required, and all illustrations are completely open-source!
SVG files give you the freedom to customize and create your own designs by stitching together multiple illustrations.
This site has a unique name, but it also has some of the coolest illustrations on the Internet. You can use these resources freely in both personal and commercial projects, though attribution is required.
Purchasing their subscription gives you access to vector SVG files, and there’s no need to link back.
Hopefully, this article helped you find the illustrations you’re looking for. Please feel free to leave a comment below and let us know what you think!