Graphic designers often face the obstacle of getting images that do not have any royalty fee to keep on file.
They’d spend hours looking for those royalty-free assets.
But with StockUnlimited Design Library, graphic designers can now access 800,000 high-quality, royalty-free vectors that they can use for commercial or personal projects.
Not only that, graphic designers will enjoy an unlimited number of downloads.
Access the library here.
The files are available in SVG, EPS, and PNG formats, which makes them easy to use in any project.
According to Mashable, StockUnlimited adds fresh designs every month so a graphic designer will always have new ones to incorporate into his or her work.
StockUnlimited also has diverse types of images, including icon packs, infographic templates, web banner templates, and labels.
So, whatever a graphic designer is searching for, StockUnlimited most probably has it.
StockUnlimited’s library has images of Animals/Wildlife, Banners, Beauty/Fashion, Buildings/Landmarks, Business/Finance, and Celebrations.
There are different plans and corresponding prices to choose from.
The most popular plan costs $89 (the previous price is $684), which comes with more than 1 million+ premium vectors and photos with unlimited downloads, a 7-day money-back guaranteed, and one-click download of collections.
The cheapest plan is $9 (which usually costs $19), which comes with 1 million+ premium vectors and photos, unlimited downloads and a 7-Day money-back guarantee.
There are discounts offered on multi-user plans (20 users and above).
The vectors and photos have been used by Discovery Channel, McCann WorldGroup, Unilever, Carnegie Mellon University, among others in their projects.
Mashable offers a much lower price for the same plan, for savings of more than 90 percent.
All sales are final, and there is instant digital redemption.
With unlimited access to thousands of high-quality photos and vectors and unlimited downloads, graphic designers have something with StockUnlimited.
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