5 Online Sites for Free Vector Art

Nicole Krosnowski

Senior Designer

Designers benefit greatly from the free resources available online. Between free fonts and free vector art, the internet has what you need to complete projects on time. The problem with these tools is that they are often cluttered and complicated. This adds to the confusion and makes it more difficult to meet your deadlines.

The best approach is to identify the sites that are best for your needs. We’re guessing you don’t have time to go through them all, so we’re here to help you out. Below are five of our favorite online sites for vector art. Check them out and let us know what you think!

1. Vexels

Vexels was formerly known as VectorOpenStock, so you may have crossed paths at one point or another. The site contains thousands of vector graphics and designs for free. You can easily search for the designs of your choice using the available categories. Without doubt, the best feature added to Vexels is its customization options. Experiment with different colors, text, and layouts. The possibilities are endless!

2. Brand EPS

Designers often work under tight timelines, which is where sites like Brand EPS come in handy. This site has over 9,000 brand logos and 3,000 brand icons. If you need a logo in a hurry, you’re bound to find it here. The vectors can be downloaded in SVG, JPG, and PNG formats. Search for the brand logo or icon that you need for your project and see for yourself how easy it is!

3. Vector.Me

What we love about Vector.Me is that it has over 280,000 vectors plus separate logo and icon sections. Plug what you’re looking for into the search box and hit vectors, logos, or icons. If you’re not sure what you’re in need of, browse the latest and most popular vectors. As you scroll further down the page, you can also look for vectors based on categories and tags.

4. Fudgegraphics

The name alone has us sold! What sets Fudgegraphics apart from other vector sites is the quality of the artwork. It probably has something to do with its designer leader Franz Jeitz. You can find splatter and drips vectors, grunge vectors, silhouette vectors, and more. While this site doesn’t have nearly the number of free vectors as other sites do, the quality is spectacular. It’s worth adding to your collection.

5. Freedesignfile

Freedesignfile is sure to make you smile! It’s loaded with thousands of vectors - all for free! Also included are Photoshop tools such as brushes, gradients, and textures. Even photos and icons are included. All vectors are free for personal use, and most are free for commercial use. When you click on a vector you like, you can also browse related vectors and other recommendations.

With these tools on hand, your design projects will be a lot easier! Which online site is your favorite for vector art?

 

About the Author: Nicole Krosnowski

Nicole is a Designer at SEMGeeks. She is a Jersey girl who loves to “go down the shore” and spend her time at the beach. Nicole is a creative thinker, fueled by iced coffee and innovation. She loves to stay up to date with the latest trends in fashion and technology and uses this as design inspiration. With experience in web design, digital design and advertising, she approaches each project with a designer’s careful eye and a marketer’s strategic thought process.

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