Explore Open Source and Customizable SVG Illustrations for Your Projects

I have a soft spot for images and small clipart to embellish websites, newsletters, or professional presentations. In fact, I wrote an extensive article on the subject, listing numerous sites offering classic clipart.

However, cliparts have had their heyday, and now SVG is the new trend. The beauty of the SVG format lies in its ability to scale illustrations to the desired size without any loss of quality or increase in image weight, thus ensuring optimal web page loading times.

Sounds fantastic, right? SVGs, or vector drawings, are everywhere but might not necessarily be part of the same collection. This poses a challenge if you aim to maintain graphic coherence across your creations.

Thankfully, there’s a website called Undraw that comes to the rescue. Undraw offers a plethora of vector images that are free to use and share the same consistent style — a win for visual coherence. What’s more, these illustrations are customizable in terms of colors.

Whether browsing images or using the search engine to find illustrations that align with your message, you can choose a color that suits your aesthetic and download the SVGs.

Congratulations to the illustrator, Katerina Limpitsouni, for her fantastic work!

Thanks to Drim for the share. Cheers to creating visually stunning content!

Mohamed SAKHRI
Mohamed SAKHRI

I'm the creator and editor-in-chief of Tech To Geek. Through this little blog, I share with you my passion for technology. I specialize in various operating systems such as Windows, Linux, macOS, and Android, focusing on providing practical and valuable guides.

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