Gotta love printed artworks! You may hang a cool poster on your wall, you may read a book or listen to an album with an awesome cover. Whatever it is, a printed graphic artwork will be a great asset to anyone's collection.
Allowed me to straight introduce to unDraw. It's an open-source series of illustrations built-in SVG, free and without any attribution needed. Created by Katerina Limpitsouni, it's an impressive collection of illustrations covering a wide range of subjects going from minimal, modern, graphical and more kind of styles. On unDraw, you can easily search for these illustrations and quickly start creating your own take. I personally started using unDraw and I thought was it was a fantastic initiative and Katerina does it so well. Props to her for inspiring the community.
Launched in 2017, with the simple goal to show that we designers should contribute to the open-source community, to help bring beautiful design abilities to everyone. unDraw has grown unexpectedly to be used by organizations like Google, Microsoft, Facebook, Harvard Business School, started something cool with Adobe and has been adopted by a truly open community that includes designers, developers and content creators, using it every day in unique and unexpected products, projects and ways.
About Katerina Limpitsouni
Katerina is an illustrator based in Greece and the creator of unDraw. Make sure to follow her on social media and more.
Image courtesy by Undraw.co