StockUnlimited is a creative content store which gives its members unlimited access to an unparallelled range of high quality, royalty-free vector graphics, clipart, stock photos and other images.
The StockUnlimited subscriptions allow our users to download and use as much royalty-free stock content as they want, with no hidden fees, no red tape and no complex licenses.
Royalty-Free is a concept where you don't have to pay any additional fees (royalties) for repeated use of the content after paying the initial licensing fee.
When you license an image, you do not own the copyright of the image; you merely purchase the rights to use that image legally without additional fees or interruption from the copyright owner (as long as that the scope of use remains within the StockUnlimited License Agreement). Royalty-free content cannot be re-sold or transferred to another owner.
A vector is a computer graphics file that can be scaled to any size, without loss of quality. Our vectors are offered in EPS, PNG, and SVG format. To work with a vector file, you must use vector editing software, such as Adobe Illustrator or CorelDRAW.
Yes you can, as long as your subscription with us remains active.
We add thousands of new vector graphics, illustrations, clipart, icons, photos and image files every week.
You can remove the watermark by logging into StockUnlimited with a valid user profile. The watermark automatically disappears after you download the file.
You can save your favorite vectors by clicking the little heart ♥ in the top right corner of a vector in the results display page. If you’re viewing a vector on its individual detail page, the heart can be found underneath the image next to its ID number. To view your favorites, open the dropdown under your account name in the top right corner of any page, and select My Favorites. To remove a vector from My Favorites, simply deselect the heart icon.
Yes, StockUnlimited offers free watermarked low resolution comp vectors for mock up purposes only. To download a comp vector, right click and save it from its content detail page. Comp images may not be used in a final project.
Encapsulated PostScript (EPS) is a file extension for a graphics file format containing any combination of 2D vector graphics, bitmap images, and text. It may also include an embedded preview image in bitmap format and can be placed within another PostScript document. More detail from Wikipedia here.
Because EPS files are generally vectors, not every editing software can be used. You'll need a vector-specific editor such as Adobe Illustrator and CorelDraw.
Yes, EPS files are also known as vector files that can be resized without quality loss and easily edited and manipulated in most image editing software such as Adobe Illustrator.
You need to have one in order to edit and scale an EPS file and Adobe Illustrator can be quite heavy on the wallet. There are a few free open source options that can perform basic editing tasks such as SVG Edit and Inkscape.
Yes, you can but it will rasterize the image and you will not be able to resize it properly as it will affect the quality. Follow these steps:
Yes, you can use this converter to open and save your EPS file to a .jpg, .gif or other file formats. You may also choose to download your vectors as PNG files. Click here to know more about PNG files.
EPS files are very flexible in that you can change the size, colors, text or any other part of the file to suit your needs. Because EPS files can be resized without loss of quality, they also lend themselves well to designs that require large sizes. Basically any task that you need to insert images into other pages, such as PDF files or text documents for business presentations or slide shows.
There are a few ways you can view your SVG file:
Basically, SVG is designed for web usage while EPS is meant for print. EPS file format maintains most of the graphic elements in Adobe Illustrator so they can be reopened and edited, plus multiple artboards are also preserved. SVG or SVGZ (compressed) can reduce file sizes by 50 - 80% but you can’t edit the file using a text editor.
Portable Network Graphics (PNG) is a raster graphics file format that supports lossless data compression, meaning compression doesn't affect the quality of the image. In contrast to an EPS file, a PNG file can't be resized without loss of quality. Like other raster format such as BMP and JPEG, a PNG file will pixelate when enlarged. Unlike JPEGs and BMPs, PNGs support transparency, which allows you to place the file over any color background or even photos without showing a border or background around the image. More detail from Wikipedia here.
Yes. there are 2 – PNG8 and PNG24. PNG8 files are very similar to GIF files with 256 colors and 1 bit transparency while PNG24 files are larger versions of JPEG and can include over 16 million colors. StockUnlimited vectors are in PNG 24 format.
Yes, PNG files sport the best capacity for transparency and can be set on a scale between opaque and completely transparent on most image editing software.
No, the PNG format does not support animation as it cannot contain multiple images in one.
PNG files are best used for web images that involve transparency and fading, or complex image editing processes where file size is not an issue.
For Windows users, you may open your PNG file using Microsoft Windows Photo Viewer or Paint. If you are a Mac user, Apple Preview can be used. Alternatively, any image editing software like Adobe (paid) or GIMP (free download) can be used as well.
SVG stands for Scalable Vector Graphics. It is an XML based file format created by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) as a standard for displaying vector graphics on the web and on mobile.
There are a few ways you can view your SVG file:
Yes, SVG images are scalable to the size of the viewing window and will adjust in size and resolution according to the window in which they are displayed.
Yes, all updated browsers such as Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, Apple Safari, Opera, Internet Explorer 9 and above can open SVG files.
Yes. SVG images contain repeated fragments of text so they are well suited to compression, often referred to as SVGZ and carrying the .svgz filename extension.
JPG is the most common image format on the internet and is a compressed graphic format supporting up to 24-bit color, making it a good format for storing digital images.
Nothing! They have the same meaning (both stand for Joint Photographic Experts Group) and are interchangeable.
Only to a certain extent. JPG files are an extension of lossy compression, which may noticeably reduce the image quality if high amounts of compression is used.
JPG images are commonly used for Web graphics and for storing photos taken with digital cameras. They are usually saved with a .JPG extension.
JPG files can be opened by most web browsers, photo viewing programs and image editing software on Windows or Apple.
Nope, you’re welcome to browse and search without registering!
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We offer a 100% refund if you cancel within the first 7 days of signing up. No matter the reason. Just send us an email and the reason for your refund (we really appreciate this information as it helps us to better serve you!). If you cancel after the first 7 days, your cancellation will take effect from the next billing period. You will have full download access to StockUnlimited until the end of the current billing period.
No, your account is personal to you, and usernames and passwords may not be shared. If a colleague or friend wishes to take up a StockUnlimited subscription, you can invite them via the Invite a Friend link. To access the feature, click on your username in the top right corner of the screen, open the dropdown menu and select Invite Friends.
The copyright is owned by StockUnlimited or its suppliers. StockUnlimited manages the copyright of the suppliers’ content on their behalf. When you pay for a subscription, we grant you the right to use the content you have downloaded according to our license agreement.
You are entitled to continue using any royalty-free content that has been downloaded and used in projects. Everything you downloaded is yours to keep and use forever. However you must not assume or deem the ownership and rights (including the copyright) in the content.
StockUnlimited royalty-free content can be used in many different types of project such as commercial or non-commercial websites, web banners, newsletters, PDF documents, blogs, emails, slideshows, standard-resolution TV and video presentations, and mobile phone apps. StockUnlimited content can also accompany magazine articles, books, advertising, brochures, documents, illustrations, booklets, billboards, business cards, and packaging, high-resolution videos, and presentations where the value of the images is not the main value of the overall project.
Nope. Usage of vector icons as company logo is not allowed under our license agreement. StockUnlimited content may have been downloaded and used in other contexts by others, and they also have the right to use it legally in perpetuity. Therefore, you would not be able to protect it as a trademark or service mark.
Some files contain content that is subject to copyright, such as certain brands, landmarks or famous people. These files may not be used for commercial purposes. They can be used editorially, for example to illustrate a blog post. You may also use them to signify a link back to their own site, for example by inserting a Facebook 'Like' button or Pinterest 'Pin It' button.
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$20 per image.
Yes you can use it forever, subject to the limitations mentioned in clause 9 of the StockUnlimited content license.
Nope. Content marked “For Editorial Use Only” may only be used for editorial purposes and may not be used for commercial purposes.
Easy peasy, just create a free account with us and start downloading away!
Definitely! Content that are marked "free" can be used for any purpose - whether it’s for personal or commercial use. Just keep an eye out for our content marked "free" in your search results and download away!
As long as you keep your free account active, you'll be able to keep and use the content you have downloaded according to the standard license.
As a free account user, you'll get limited downloads per day, per user. If you've reached your quota for the day, you may return the next day to download more files, or upgrade your account to get unlimited downloads immediately.
StockUnlimited “lifetime” subscription is a special promotional offer that requires users to make a one-off payment to enjoy lifetime unlimited downloads from StockUnlimited's current collections.
Yes, you can!