We’ve scoured the web to find 41 of the best sites for free icons. Definitely bookmark this resource, because it’s sure to become your go-to fave when finding free icons for website design, web applications, infographics, and desktops.
But the uses don’t stop there.
You can also use icons found on these sites to spice up your social media images, to illustrate the information on your presentations, to enhance your business cards and stationery, to brighten up your menus, or to make your flyer pop. And that’s not even an exhaustive list.
Did I mention that all of these icons are free to use? That said, be mindful that some sites may require attribution or a link back in exchange for using their graphic assets. Double check the terms of usage with each download because terms can change at any time.
If a site does require attribution, you can add a link back in your footer or on your About me page.
Without further preamble, here’s a list of where to find free icons to download for all your graphic design projects:
From common signage to popular symbols, Canva's library is packed with icons you can add to your designs to wordlessly get your point across. Use these free icons to level up any design and amplify your visual language.
Icons8 is your one-stop destination for free icons, photos, UX illustrations, and music for your videos. With handy icon packs you can easily stay on theme for any of your designs (and look chic while doing it).
Smashing Magazine is one of best resources for finding high quality, exclusive and free icons. Icon sets come in a variety of different formats, including SVG, PSD, and PNG. You’ll also find a range of attribution requirements, but most sets don’t require a link back.
Freepik is a huge resource with a lot more than just free icons. You’ll certainly find plenty of beautiful icons here and, as the name suggests. Freepik does require attribution for each resource.
Boosting the largest database of free vector icons, Flat Icon is brought to you by the same people who created Freepik. What makes Flat Icon unique is that you can convert icons into a downloadable font. Choosing and saving icons to your library is super easy. Attribution is required.
If you’re looking for designer quality icons by professionals, you’ll definitely want to stop by Behance. The icons you’ll find here are second to none, and there’s plenty to see. You’ll have to do some fancy searching to find exactly what you’re looking for, because Behance isn’t as search-friendly as other sites on this list. But, it’s well worth it to find the beautiful icons you have here.
Beautiful, free, and vector-based, the icons of Captain Icon are available in EPS, PSD, PNG, SVG, and Web Font. You can customize everything from color to size. Attribution is required, and you can use these icons on personal and commercial projects.
As the name suggests, you’ll find quality icons here without wading through rubbish. The icons here are hand-drawn and absolutely free to use, no need to link back.
DeviantArt is a vibrant community of artists with almost 200,000 free icons available for download. Attribution requirements range, so be sure to check it before downloading. Some artists also require that you are a member of the DeviantArt community.
Dribbble is a designer’s playground, with lots of well-crafted icon sets for your personal and commercial use. Not everyone tags their icons properly on Dribbble, so you’ll want to take your time to find the perfect asset.
Searching for icons is easy on Iconfinder. You have access to half a million free and premium icons. Downloads are available in multiple sizes and file formats.
If you’re in the market for super cute icons you can’t find elsewhere, be sure to check out GraphicBurger. This site includes direct download, multiple file formats, and icon dimensions.
Instead of searching for graphics on multiple sites, head over to Designbeep where you’ll find icon sets from Freepik to Behance and everywhere in between.
Perfection in the form of a freebie. In Oxygenna, you’ll find unique icons sets in PNG, PSD, and AI formats.
That’s right. Along with fonts, you’ll find over 50 icon fonts that are easy to use when you download and install on your computer. Be sure to check the usage rights.
Delightfully organized, Free Goodies for Designers offers PSD, SVG, and Vector icon sets for all your web uses.
Offering the latest in free graphic resources, you’ll find all the icons you could ever need on Freebiesbug.
With almost 60 pages of vector-based icons at your disposal, Vecteezy is a must-see resource for finding the perfect asset for your project.
You’ll find resources for all over the web on PixelsMarket, including lesser known sites.
Offering free and premium resources, GraphicsFuel offers lots of colorful collections from across the web.
Updated nearly daily, Fribly offers free icon sets from multiple designers.
Looking for quality icons from a single design team? Check out Icojam for incredibly cute and incredibly free icons.
With the tagline “freebies that don’t suck,” Icon Shock offers thousands of icons that are free for personal use. If you see an icon you’d like to use on a commercial project, you’ll pay a one-time fee.
CSS Author offers up a weekly round up of the best free icons on the web.
Looking for fresh icons? Creative Tail curates sets that you may not see anywhere else.
Vector, PSD, PNG, and more, All-Free-Download offers easy search and direct downloads.
Ego Icons offers over 1500 premium icons, with a freebie of 100 vector-based icons for your projects. Be sure to check out their sister sites on the top navigation bar for even more free icons.
More than just icons, AlienValley offers a wide assortment of graphic assets. You’ll find high quality icon sets you can’t find anywhere else, for the payment of your email address.
Free icon sets for the price of attribution, Dreamstale offers premium quality icons.
Specializing in flat icons, you’ll find plenty of lovely and whimsical graphics on 1001 Free Downloads.
Looking for free icons in multiple sizes? Pixeden offers a range from 16 x 16 to 512 x 512. Icons come in PNG format.
Amazing search functionality, easy to download, and high quality icons. What more could you ask for? In exchange for free, you’ll have to give credit to the creator. You can also get unlimited royalty free icons for a monthly membership. Check out NounProject.
Simple design and available in multiple sizes, icons found on Iconmonstr are free to use with absolutely no attribution required.
Dryicons have beautiful icons in various file formats and multiple sizes. For commercial use, you have the option to pay for a regular or extended license.
Looking for minimalist, monochromatic icons and symbols? Check out Glyphicons for hundreds of free icons in PNG format.
MrIcons offers a large catalog of over 100 thousand icons from web interface to social media.
With 400+ picograms, Entypo offers all of the icons you could possibly need for your graphic design. Icons are free for personal and commercial use, with an attribution requirement.
Simple and elegantly crafted, icons on Endless Icons are available for download in PNG and SVG file format.
A beautiful and easy to use icon library, IcoMoon features 4000+ custom designed vector icons. Find icons that are scalable and flexible.
Simply pick and click the icons you’d like to download as a webfont. Fontello is incredibly user-friendly. Be sure to check individual creators for attribution requirements.
Searching IconArchive offers lightning fast search and well-designed icons, many of which are public domain.
Squid ink gives you two thousand vector based icons that are scalable, colorful, and creative. For free, you’ll have access to 50 icons for use in unlimited personal and commercial projects.