As I updated my lists of royalty free images and music, I thought that it would be a good idea to also make a list of where to get free graphics and fonts for commercial use as well. I hope you find some good stuff here. Now let’s start! – If you’ve ever been looking for free fonts, then you probably already know about this site. While they advertise with being 100% free for commercial use, be aware of the restrictions on every free font they offer, as not all are free to use for every project. Overall though, it’s a very good site, and you will most probably find what you are looking for. – While their primary goal is to sell fonts, both in bundles and as singles, they also offer free limited time downloads of some of their fonts. If you sign up for their newsletter, you will get a mail every time there are new free fonts available, so be sure to sign up if you want all the good fonts for free, as they quickly expire and cost money again after only a few days. – As you can probably tell from the name, this site is also a part of FontBundles, so the same info applies to this site. Sign up for their newsletter to not miss out on their free downloads before they expire, as you can get a lot of nice things for designs and prints. This is the best site if you need elements that come in themed bundles, so even if you don’t need the things they have up for free at this moment, you can always grab them and save them for later. – Again, this site is very similar to the other 2 just mentioned, although not being a part of them. If you need SVG and cut files, be it images, elements or quotes, this is the place to go. They have a ton of free files, and they add more every week. Be sure to sign up for their newsletter to get them while they’re hot. They don’t expire anytime soon after release though, so it feels a lot more relaxed to browse their free files. – If you like browsing a ton of various themes and files, then take a look at this site. You will find a whole lot of cut images and even photos for various uses in design and print. The quality of the files may vary a lot, but you will be sure to find some gems, and get some inspiration along the way. – While you can find a lot of different resources on this site, you need to be very aware of how you are allowed to use them. It’s very common that you have to give credit of some sort if you want to use a file for free. – Basically the same as Freepik. You can find a lot of nice vector graphics and images here, but you will be asked to give credit, so be sure to read carefully before using their free files. – Once again the same as the other 2, but with icons instead. You can find a lot of nice icons here, both in black and with colors, but you need to give credit if you want to use them.

Did you find what you were looking for? Know more sites like these that would be helpful? Please let me know 🙂

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