Freepik offers users high quality graphic designs, exclusive illustrations and graphic resources carefully selected by our design team in order to provide great content that can be used for both personal and commercial projects.
Freepik was founded in 2010 by brothers Alejandro and Pablo Blanes with Joaquin Cuenca, founder of successful startups such as Panoramio (acquired by Google).
Alejandro, a web designer, felt the urge to create a platform where designers could find free graphic resources which could be used in their projects. His brother and photographer Pablo along with their friend Joaquin, supported his idea and soon started putting their ideas into practice. As a result, Freepik began its journey to success, a dream that today has become reality in a universe of vector designs.
Freepik, a company made up of over 100 people
A group of around 80 talented young people work with great enthusiasm from our offices in Málaga, in southern Spain. In addition, over 80 external graphic designers are also linked to Freepik, working hard to offer our users the most exclusive graphic resources either for personal or professional use in their projects.
We receive more than 20 million monthly visits
Each month we receive over 20 million visits from over 190 countries worldwide. We know what's important for our users, so we offer the graphic resources they need for all their projects every single day.
We participate in the most important events in graphic content worldwide
Can there be a greater achievement than being rewarded for your work?
How did users find vector images before Freepik was created?
It was slightly complicated, as users had to search on several websites for the image they wanted. However, with the creation of Freepik, a huge amount of vector images are listed on one single website. This means we've already done that search for you and presented it to you on one platform.
Why do we offer free vectors?
At Freepik we use a freemium business model which means, the majority of the resources offered at Freepik can be used for free, but the image must be attributed to Freepik. However, for a small fee, a user can subscribe to the Premium plan and have unlimited use of the resources without any attribution. Subscribe Now