A Huge Library of Illustrative Figures to Use in Your Multimedia Projects

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In today's post we are sharing with you three important websites where you can access tons of pre-made illustrations and icons to use in your media projects. These are illustrative materials you can use to make the content of your presentations, videos, infographics, and timelines more engaging. While most of these materials are offered under some sort of CC licens, we recommend that you always check to make sure you are allowed to re-use them in your own educational projects.

1- Humaaans

Humaaans offers a library of illustrative figures that you can use in a variety of multi-media projects. You can mix and match different illustrations of people and create your own remix.You can design humaaan body the way you like: you can "rotate and position the elements in your humaaans however you like. They're like legos made out of flesh... and vectors."

2- Open Peers

This is a library of hand-drawn illustrations that is free for commercial and personal use under CCO License."The library works like building blocks made of vector arms, legs, and emotions. You can mix these elements to create different Peeps...Creating a character is easy! Use any product design tool like Sketch, Figma, XD, or Studio to mix nested components. There are over 584,688 possible combinations".

3- Craftwork

"There are 80 awesome illustrations and 20 backgrounds in the pack. Every illustration is 100% vector. You can easily scale it to the size you need and use it for prints, in apps, on t-shirts etc. Illustrations are very easy in use. You can change colors and shapes as you wish in a few clicks."

We learned about these tools from Product Hunt