Nappy.co hosts free images that have been downloaded a million times. Read why the founders launched it and see the new BlackxTech collection.
Black Illustrations has themed collections, e.g startups & digital marketing. No budget? Start with this office pack of free or pay-what-you-can images.
15 contemporary indigenous photographers whose work you should know by Pia Peterson.
Pexels body diversity collection curated by Lisa Fotios includes 80 photos and 16 videos.
Vice’s Gender Spectrum Collection is billed as a “stock photo library featuring images of trans and non-binary models that go beyond the clichés.”
Black Women Photographers has more than 1,500 members in 60 countries. The organization supports and highlights the work of black women and non-binary photographers. Founder Polly Irungu was in the Entrepreneurial Journalism Creators Program I direct at CUNY. (We just welcomed our 6th cohort!) She’s since become a White House photography editor. Read about her. #HireBlackWomenPhotographers
Flickr’s Women of Color in Tech photos are available free under a Creative Commons license.
Free Illustrations links to collections of diverse illustrations, like free 3D avatars from Avatarz. A full suite is $49. Undraw also has diverse drawings.
Unsplash’s diversity and inclusion collection has thousands of images you can use in a newsletter, blog, website, presentation, or anywhere else.
The Centre for Aging Better features photos of people over 50, along with people of differing physical abilities. Icons too. Tip via
Humaaans has a gorgeous diverse collection of illustrations by Pablo Stanley, artist and CEO of Blush. Blush hosts a growing library of free illustrations you can customize. Adjust characters’ poses or change the background, then download your customized visuals.
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This is a new version of a prior post. Thanks for reading and sharing.
Great post! Diverse images help counter image (media) and representation bias. Also check out my list of diverse image sources at http://tiny.cc/diverse-image-galleries. I will update it with any new items from your list.
Getty Images has also recently launched several resources to help diversify visual storytelling around the Black experience, including the HBCU Photo Archive Collection, Black History & Culture Collection and The Black Experience Creative Curation. See all of them here: https://custom.gettyimages.com/blackstories/p/1