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Design Tools to Help You Create Your Next Project- Part 2

Skuawk Public Domain Photos


“Artistically Loud” images, you’ll find them on Skuwak Public Domain Photos. This collection is more limited than what you’ll find on some of the other photos sites, but if the aesthetic fits what you’re looking for, this is a hidden gem.



Death to Stock is a simple stock photography resource that is built around “packs” of photos, each of which has a particular theme. Sign up for their email and get packs delivered right to your inbox. You can also sign up for a premium subscription and get access to all 1,500+ photos and videos across the site.



The team at Snappa created StockSnap, and the result is thousands of images you can use under Creative Commons Zero (CC0). You can browse by popular searches, or sort through images based on date, trending, views, downloads, and more.



The quality of photos on Pixabay is a bit more hit or miss, but the selection is much larger—you’ll have close to a million photos to choose from. All images and videos on this site fall under Creative Commons Zero (CC0), so feel free to download, modify, distribute, and use them royalty free. You can also find illustrations and vector graphics on this site.




Burst launched not too long ago, and already features over 1,000 beautiful free images. This resource exsits specifically to help entrepreneurs build more visually appealing websites, products, and marketing campaigns. Most of the photos you find on this site were taken in-house and typically trend around various business themes. They even have a bunch of in-depth case studies to help you start your own business.



It has to be said: we just love the name LOL Colors. This site features a curated selection of color palette inspiration. If you’re starting from scratch and aren’t quite sure what you’re looking for yet, this is a fun and quick way to browse through various color scheme options.






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