So you’ve just discovered you can customise your product labels and really personalise your brand. You’ve got some great ideas in mind, but you need some images to give your templates some personality.
Here are ten of the best stock sites where you can find images of anything from animals to zippers. You can choose from a wide variety of photos, graphics and illustrations that can be uploaded along with your logo into the online editor to create professional, customised labels for your products or packaging.
Pexels provides free high-quality stock photos and video licensed under the Pexels license, which includes use for commercial purposes (excluding prints or physical goods such as t-shirts, cups, etc.).
Pixabay offer more than a million free photos, illustrations, vectors and videos that can be used for commercial purposes in altered or unaltered form.
Unsplash has more than 850,000 free high-resolution photos from their community of photographers. It even as a series called Collections, which are photos curated into different themes from across the site.
Wylio is a Creative Commons picture finder, resizer and credit builder. It has a free service that allows for unlimited searches and manually crediting images. Their paid services is around $3 per month.
Great selection of images arranged into 28 different collections including dogs, animals, kids, bikes and roses.
More than 36,500 free image resources for historians, genealogists or anyone who likes pictures of antique prints, maps and portraits.
Free icons, vectors and photos. Also includes a premium option with more than three million images. Also has links to images on paid sites such as Shutterstock and Getty Images.
An Australian company that includes photos, vectors, footage and audio in their collection. No free images, but there are On Demand and Subscription Plans.
Includes photos, cartoons and drawings available for download. While the images are free, there is the option to donate the price of a coffee to the artist.
Arguably the most recognised of all the free image galleries, Canva has an impressive library of images and illustrations you can combine with text to create your own logo.