When you’re searching for graphics and fonts for your various graphic design needs, you can find a huge selection of graphics, fonts, templates, stock photos, and so much more on two of my favorite graphic design stock sites – The Hungry Jpeg and Creative Market.
I really like The Hungry Jpeg – new graphics and fonts are added to the site on a daily basis, so there’s always something new to check out. If you’re in the market for SVG cutting files, there’s so many to choose from! The same with illustrations, fonts, themes, stock photos, patterns, digital papers, Photoshop actions, Photoshop brushes, Illustrator plugins, vectors, and so much more. I especially like the various watercolor designs.
What I like most about The Hungry Jpeg is that all the graphics and fonts you purchase from them comes with a complete license, meaning you can use items purchased for both personal use and commercial use. No extended license is needed.
They also have special deals every month, sometimes multiple deals a month, on special graphics and fonts bundles. These bundles are usually only available for the one month, so when they show up, you’ll want to check them out and grab them quickly if you want them. The bundles are usually VERY good deals, offering lots of graphics and fonts at a HUGE discount. I absolutely love the bundle deals!
Every Wednesday also brings a new freebie to download. Some are small and some are huge! You never know what lovely freebie will show up. 🙂
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Creative Market is loaded with all sorts of graphics and fonts. Every Sunday night/early Monday morning, a new set of freebies are set for download. These freebies range from all sort of fonts and graphics and some of these freebie downloads contain a lot of free graphics! You can find just about anything for fonts and graphics, and there’s always new content being added, every day.
With this site, your purchase gets you a standard license, which is good for personal use and small commercial use. To use items for larger commercial use, you have to purchase an extended license, which is usually a little higher price (sometimes a lot higher, depending on the designer). If you’re only using for personal use, or small commercial use, a standard license is usually all you need, so that’s normally not an issue at all. If you plan to sell a lot, by all means do get an extended license. You can always go back later and get one if you need it. 🙂
Creative Market is a good place to search for all sorts of fonts and graphics, along with WordPress themes, InDesign templates, business card templates, Photoshop actions, Photoshop brushes, product mock-ups, styled stock photos, illustrations, etc. It’s literally loaded with content to choose from and new graphics and fonts and constantly being added.