26 Best Free Branding Design Resources

by alaa choichnia on Sep 30, 2021

26 Best Free Branding Design Resources

For empowering the designers' community, we’ve pooled 26 Best Free Branding Design Resources.
We're talking free fonts, mockups, vector illustrations, stock photography and  icons – all the essential assets you might need to complete branding projects  or brand guidelines templates. without costing a penny. And they're all of the highest quality, too – freebies.

Free stock images

1. unsplash

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Unsplash is a website dedicated to sharing stock photography under the Unsplash license. Since 2021, it has been owned by Getty Images. The website claims over 207,000 contributing photographers and generates more than 17 billion photo impressions per month on their growing library of over 2 million photos.

2. Pexels

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Pexels is a free stock photo and video website and app that helps designers, bloggers, and everyone who is looking for visuals to find great photos and videos that can be downloaded and used for free. If you see a photo or video you like, simply download it for free.

3. Stocksnap

StockSnap is one of the best places on the internet to find beautiful free stock photos. ... This is not your typical crappy stock photo site. All photos uploaded to the site are released under Creative Commons - CC0 and do not. require attribution.


Burst is a free stock photo platform that is powered by Shopify. The image library includes thousands of high-resolution, royalty-free images that were shot by a global community of photographers.

5. Pixabay

Pixabay is a free stock website with over 2.2 million stock images, videos, and music clips available for download by the Pixabay community. It offers royalty-free photos from contributors, which anyone can manipulate and use without permission or any attribution to the artist.

Free illustrations

1. Freepik is the #1 resources site for vector graphics for graphic designers. Freepik helps you to find free vector art, illustrations, icons, PSD and photos for use in websites, banners.
Freepik allows you to use all free resources for personal and commercial projects. However, when you use free resources, you must give credit to the author by using the line “Designed by Freepik” or the author's name. Attribution isn't required if you are a premium user.


Describing itself as "open-source illustration for any idea you can imagine and create", unDraw is a constantly updated design project by Katerina Limpitsouni featuring beautiful SVG images that you can use completely free and without attribution

3. vecteezy

Vecteezy Editor is a web-based SVG editing software, which helps businesses design illustrations using templates, recognizable shapes, and text editing tools. It lets developers align texts and download files in PNG, SPG, and JPEG formats.

4. storyset

Storyset  is owned by FreePik Company where you can access free editable illustrations for your projects.

5. openclipart

Openclipart, also called Open Clip Art Library, is an online media repository of free-content vector clip art. The project hosts over 160,000 free graphics and has billed itself as "the largest community of artists making the best free original clipart for you to use for absolutely any reason

Free icons

1. thenounproject

The Noun Project is a website that aggregates and catalogs symbols that are created and uploaded by graphic designers around the world. Based in Los Angeles, the project functions both as a resource for people in search of typographic symbols and a design history of the genre.

2. flaticon

flaticon is owned by FreePik Company.
Flaticon offers a wide catalogue of free icons. If you download our Free icons as a Free user.

3. iconfinder

Iconfinder is a web company whose main product is a search engine for icons. The company was founded in 2007 by Martin LeBlanc Eigtved. Iconfinder gained popularity after a relaunch in 2009 and is now the largest icon search engine with more than 2 million unique users per month.
IconFinder has a handy filter tool which will save you heaps of time. You can filter by icon format, price (free), license type and size.

4. Streamline

With 12 different styles and an impressive choice of themes, you will always find the right icon for your projects..
You can download 30000 free PNG icons for website, web app, software, web design

5. icons8

Icons8 App resides in the status bar and allows you to search by tags, drag to Xcode, Photoshop Sketch.
Also, You can Browse around 50 categories. Recolor PNG and SVG icons on the fly. Drag icon to Illustrator, Photoshop, Visual Studio, or anything else.
Icons8 App contains 100,000+ icons in multiple sizes (from 16x16 to 512x512 px) and formats (PNG, SVG, EPS, ICO).

Free Mockups

1. Graphicburger

It's called Graphic Burger. It's a website full of free templates that allow you to download images of simple mockups (desktop screens, iPhones, magazines, T-Shirt,etc

2. mockup world

Mockup World is an online service that offers designers and web developers free access to hundreds of ready to use mockups! easily customizable photo realistic PSD mockups: Ready to use in your projects, app showcases and presentations!

3. mrmockup

Mr.Mockup helps creative professionals to showcase their work in the best way possible. they build unique, professional and clean psd mockups with a wide variety.

4. mckups

mckups has become a popular place to discover free mockups for graphic designers. There is a wealth of quality design resources like mockups PSDs which are created by mockups and other industry-leading designers from the global community.

5. Goodmockups

 Good Mockups is an online podium to bring before you the high quality, hand-picked and absolutely free mockups that you have been probing everywhere.

Free fonts

1. dafont

DaFont is probably the most popular free font website in the world. Moreover, there is a good reason for that: this website is straightforward to use. You can use the search feature, or you can look for a font you like by browsing through the different categories that are available

2. google font

Google Fonts (formerly known as Google Web Fonts) is a library that includes free and open source font families, an interactive web directory for browsing the library, and APIs for using the fonts via CSS and Android.

3. fontriver

This popular site offers loads of fonts, dingbats and font tools for both Windows and Mac. The site is well-organized, so it's easy to find what you want. You'll also find a good selection of original typefaces and font families, organized by category. Be sure to read the different font licenses, as not all fonts are free for commercial usage.

4. 1001freefonts

you'll find a strong collection of freeware fonts and dingbats. All the fonts featured here are listed with the creators' permission, so you won't find any fonts of dubious origin. Unlike many font collections on the Web, here you'll find links to the sites where each font originated.

5. urbanfonts

This site offers a good, searchable roundup of free fonts and dingbats for PC and Mac. Here, you'll find over 8,000 fonts, sorted alphabetically. The site also includes a helpful FAQ to answer your font-related questions.



Behance comes from the word “enhance” – to make better, and the desire to “Be” yourself – authentic creative expression paired with enhancing the way you work.
Behance is part of the Adobe Creative Cloud and is used by creative specialists across the world to showcase their online portfolio of work .
you'll find a dozen of free mockups, icons, fonts, vector...