Most Popular Illustrations on Elements – July 2022

Want to know what kinds of illustrations customers are loving on Elements right now? Well, you’ve come to the right place. We’ve rounded up a list of the most popular new illustrations on Elements over the last month.

Take a look at them and see if you have any similar content that could be successful on Elements. 

Eid Al Adha Cartoon by delook_creative

How cute is this illustration? Customers have been loving this illustration of a cow and sheep celebrating Eid-Al-Adha.

Eid-Al-Adha is an Islamic holiday that changes date every year. In 2022, Eid-Al-Adha began on the 8th of July and ran until the 12th of July. Next year (2023), the festival runs between the 28th of June and 2nd of July.

Seasonal events and religious holidays often drive huge customer demand for relevant content, which is why it’s so important to put them in your diary so that you can begin making content for them a few months ahead. 

Some examples of significant events coming up in late July and August include: 

  • Islamic New Year (July 29 – 30)
  • The International Day of the World’s Indigenous Peoples (August 9)
  • World Calligraphy Day (August 14)
  • Krishna Janmashtami (August 18 – 19)
  • World Photography Day (August 19)
Illustration of a cow and sheep sitting in front of a window showing the night sky. At the front of the image there is a dark blue banner that says "Eid Al-Adha".

Business Concept by PureSolution

This set of vector illustrations includes dozens of versatile and high-quality images—no wonder customers are loving it!

The illustrations show people interacting with technology in ways that could be used for any kind of online business or startup, especially when creating assets for marketing, presentations, executive documents, or social media.

Series of illustrations in black and white with sky blue accents of various people interacting with technology.

Male Character 3D by ekatastudio

Our Elements subscribers are downloading and licensing this 3D male character illustration at a fantastic rate! 

Customers could use this 3D illustrated figure in apps, presentations, websites, social media, and even printed marketing material.

Sky blue background with sky blue background and four illustrated 3D male figures. Each figure is of the same man. He is caucasian with dark brown hair, a blue shirt with a white t-shirt underneath. He is wearing dark grey pants and yellow sneakers. From left to right: the first figure is holding a lightbulb, the second is giving a thumbs up, the third is pointing finger guns, and the last is holding a pink megaphone.

Map Creation Kit by AnnaIvanir

Ever wanted to create your own universe? Or maybe just your own town? Well, it looks like our Elements customers do too, because this custom map creation kit from Annalvanir is really popular. 

Featuring unique and hand-drawn vector illustrations that can easily be customized and resized, this kit allows anyone to be a pro cartographer!

"My Little Universe" custom map creation kit. Made up of illustrations of animals, cities, trees and houses.

Strategic Planning Web by alexdndz

We love the simple but effective use of color in these popular illustrations. And we’re not alone—customers have been loving licensing this item over the last month. 

As well as being high-quality, these illustrations are extremely versatile. Customers could use these in their website designs, social media posts, blogs, printed marketing material, or even in UI and UX design. They’re helpful at illustrating (pun intended!) complicated ideas and concepts for businesses like project planning, analyzing results, and setting targets.

We hope you enjoyed seeing the most popular illustrations on Elements this month.

If you’re looking for more information,check out the inspiration section on the Hub, where you’ll find the top Presentation Templates for May and June 2022, and the most recent roundup of the top Item Opportunities For Creative Stock.

Plus, you can always continue the conversation with your fellow Authors by heading over to our forums or LinkedIn.

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