FREE STOCK IMAGES / VIDEOS / ICON / FONTS / CREATIVE TOOLS
(free resources for your graphic design projects)


Whether you’re working on a side project and are short on funds, or have been handed a tight budget by a cash-strapped client, there are many free design resources that can help you out.

1. Burst by Shopify (Free Images)

The lovely E-commerce platform Shopify has created a site where anyone can download stock images for free, whether or not you’re a Shopify user. You can use them for both non-commercial and commercial purposes without attribution. Images are available in low or high resolution, and the quality is very high throughout.

2. StockSnap (Free Images)

Known for its high-quality offering of free stock imagery, StockSnap has a whole host of different categories you can browse through, so you'll never struggle to find what you need. No credit is required but always welcome.

3. Landing Stock (Free Images)

Landing Stock is a niche site providing free stock photos that are suitable for your website landing page. Created by London-based product designer Craig Barber, it features only high-quality, clean and minimalistic photos, that crop well and provide space for copy.

4. Photo Creator (Free Images)

Want a photo for your site that no one else has? Photo Creator from Icons8 allows you to combine different stock photos to create your own unique image. Combine objects, people, backgrounds and even images of your own using a browser-based drag-and-drop interface that’s very quick and easy to use.

5. Drawkit (Free illustrations)

DrawKit is a collection of free, beautiful, customisable MIT licensed SVG illustrations in two styles, to use on your next website, app, or project.

6. Humaaans (Free illustrations)

DrawKit is a collection of free, beautiful, customisable MIT licensed SVG illustrations in two styles, to use on your next website, app, or project.

7. Lukasz Adam (Free illustrations)

Lukasz Adam is an Independent web designer who’s made a bunch of high-quality vector art illustrations and icons available for free. They can be used for personal and commercial projects.

8. Noun Project (Free Icon)

Co-founded by Sofya Polyakov, Edward Boatman and Scott Thomas, The Noun Project brings together over two million curated icons, created by a global community and available for use by designers for free.

9. Ionicons (Free Icon)

Ionicons are premium icons for use by designers in web, iOS, Android and desktop apps. Built by the Ionic Framework team, they’re all free and open source.

10. Google Fonts (Free fonts)

An intuitive and robust directory of open source web fonts for designers to use how they wish. All created to the high standards you'd expect from a web giant like Google.

11. BeFonts (Free fonts)

A good collection of free fonts, including display, script and symbol fonts, as well as blackletter, retro and non-Western styles.

12. Dafont (Free fonts)

An enormous archive of freely downloadable fonts. Browse by alphabetical listing, by style, by author or by popularity.

13. Coverr (Free stock videos)

An enormous archive of freely downloadable fonts. Browse by alphabetical listing, by style, by author or by popularity.

14. Mixkit (Free stock videos)

An enormous archive of freely downloadable fonts. Browse by alphabetical listing, by style, by author or by popularity.

15. Mixkit (Free stock videos)

An enormous archive of freely downloadable fonts. Browse by alphabetical listing, by style, by author or by popularity.

16. Remove (Free image editing tools)

Need to remove the background from a photo? This free tool can do it surprisingly quickly, and it just takes one click.

17. Photopea (Free image editing tools)

Photopea is a free online image editor that allows you to open and edit PSD, XCF, Photoshop, Gimp, Sketch or any other image files. You can also use it to inspect PSD and Sketch files and convert Sketch files to PSD.

18. Pixel Editor X (Free image editing tools)

Pixel Editor has a long track record as a basic but reliable photo editor that’s free to use within the browser. They’ve just released a new version, Pixel Editor X, which is faster, has more editing tools and integrates with Dropbox.

19. Giphy Capture (Free screenshot tools)

PThis free Mac app makes it easy to capture parts of your screen and export them as Gifs or MP4 files. Capture GIFs up to 30 seconds long with just a couple of clicks.

20. Lightshot (Free screenshot tools)

Another free Mac app, Lightshot allows you to capture any part of your screen, upload it to their server and get a nice short link. You can also add lines, arrows and text annotations as soon as you capturing.

20. Lightshot (Free screenshot tools)

Another free Mac app, Lightshot allows you to capture any part of your screen, upload it to their server and get a nice short link. You can also add lines, arrows and text annotations as soon as you capturing.

21. Social Sizes (Image and Video)

Created by Peter Assentorp, Social Sizes provides designers with the best sizes to use for image and video content on social media. Templates for Sketch, Adobe XD and Photoshop are all included, and downloadable for free.