If you were to only buy one of the collections, this is the one to get!
Jam packed full of a wide variety of themes, you'll easily be able to make your designs people relevant and joyful at the same time.
Stationery poses such as standing, sitting, pointing and holding different objects.
Best used for: Illustrating scenes and adding small areas of relatable content to your designs
Are you looking for characters 'jumping' for joy? 'Running' through brick walls? Or 'supporting' each other? Then this is the section for you.
Best used for: Illustrating scenes ,and adding emotive actions that provide more context to your content
A sense of community, and embracing people from all different walks of life is central to our existence. And so we replicate this through depictions of family, religion and differing abilities.
Best used for: Reflecting the diversity of our world, or for drilling down into niche subjects of society.
A wide range of professions, from facilitators to designers, astronauts to librarians. This section embraces the different skills and people who work to make the world a better place.
Best used for: Visualise the variety of professions, or focus on a specific sector to make your content more relevant.
A plethora of scenes with which you can show collaboration and problem solving in flow. From workshops to meetings, conversations to team management.
Best used for: Illustrating an environment of collaborative teamwork.
From yogis to swimmers, soccer players to dancers. Here you can add motion to your designs with a sense of playful action.
Best used for: Adding motion and play to your designs.
Use emotions to define the feelings one should feel from your content, or to add reactions.
Best used for: Clarifying the feelings attached to your content.
A selection of avatars to depict different people from different walks of life.
Best used for: Reflecting the diversity of our world, and offering alternative avatars.
A simple collection of body parts.
Best used for: Emphasising which area of the body is being referred to... in your anatomy exam 😉
We’ve already put in over 1,000 hours of design time, and the clock is still ticking.
If we were to go for the lowest design rate of $20 / hr (which, for the record, is unthinkably low for design work of any kind), then this collection is already worth $20,000.
Kowabunga dudes and dudettes! What are you waiting for?
You heard it right, as a member, you get voting rights! And can request new ideas.
Every quarter we'll pull in a hawl of ideas and votes for your upcoming design arsenal. Get ready to shape the library you need!