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5 Places to get Spooky Vectors this Halloween


If part of your job is making social media and blog posts more visually stimulating then you probably already appreciate the power of a good vector. They are aesthetically pleasing, versatile and easily editable. To get the best from your holiday graphics you want the best vectors possible – and Halloween is no exception.

Vectors are really useful because of their scale-ability which makes them perfect for cross platform posting. They are ideal for giving your Halloween graphics that “spooky” feel. But sometimes you simply don’t have the time to draw something yourself. Luckily there are some great sites that provide vectors. But where is the best place to find them? We’ve scoured the web in search eerie images to help you find the sites with the best vectors possible this all hallows eve…


Pixabay is a firm favourite here at Giraffe for discovering both vectors and normal images. All of these except the premium options are public domain and no attribution is required when using them. Alongside that it has a slick, easy to use layout. According to their site “you can use any Pixabay image without attribution in digital and printed form, even for commercial applications,” which is great news for marketers.


Vecteezy is a great resource for discovering vectors, many of which have free to use licenses, which makes it perfect for finding vectors for one-off graphics. It can also be useful for larger projects as it has quite an extensive community of artists offering premium options. According to their about us section they have over one million visitors a month.


Aiconica is the place to find vector icons that are free to use without attribution. You can choose a specific colour direct from the website before downloading these icons to help them match the rest of your branding. While they don’t offer complex vector graphics we felt they were certainly worth including. If you are just looking for icons, this is definitely worth checking out. According to their about section, they are a group of developers and artists who decided to create completely free, no-attribution necessary icons all dedicated to public domain. Which we think is just great.

Vector Open Stock

Vector Open Stock is also a good place to find vectors with different licenses – in a handy format. Information about each vector is displayed when the images are hovered over which makes for a speedier ease of use. However, most licenses call for artist credits.


Although it has a slightly less attractive website than over options, and it can be confusing when differentiating between premium and free graphics, Vectorportal is nonetheless a useful site for finding Halloween vectors. While it might not necessarily be our favourite, you may well find some gems on here if you are willing to put in the effort.

That’s our round-up of the best places to get spooky vectors this Halloween. There are definitely plenty of other options out there, each with their own positive (and negative) points. Got a site that you swear by? Please feel free to comment with it below. Happy Halloween!

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