The Mental Health is Wealth Illustration Pack showcases people working to improve their mental health and the amazing work done by health professionals. In the United States, black people are about two times more likely than white people to be diagnosed with a serious mental illness. This pack was created to represent them.
This free pack has 30+ illustrations to help explain mental health issues. We hope they'll be of use to you, your organisation, your peers and more generally anyone who wants to start talking about mental health.
🖼️ 30+ Beautiful, Hi-Res Images
✍🏽 PNG, JPG, Sketch and More!
Keywords: mental health, health, awareness, wellness, depression help, mental illness, anxiety disorders, psychological disorders, mental health issues, mental illness symptoms.
Just a few of the messages we get from our amazing worldwide community
By creating this you not only give something actionable to others to use but you’re drawing attention to a broader conversation.
Black Illustrations has created new, custom illustrations to fulfill a much needed demographic with quality digital content.
Find an incredible set of illustrations for your next UI design project from Black Illustrations. A curated list of free illustration websites.
Love the creative options and representation. This is dope work and way too good to be free. Love the creative!
This is the best thing I've seen on the internet in a long time. Black illustrations: Free illustrations of people of color.
Wow, love the graphics in the free pack that just dropped. Thanks for giving businesses ways to inclode POC in marketing.
I had a chat with, John the Founder. John hit an under served market with exactly the right product, at the right time, in the right ways.
People of color are often underrepresented in illustrations, which is why John created a series of digital designs of Black people for your next online project.
Speaking of diverse illustrations, how about getting straight to it with Black Illustrations. Illustrations that are both excellent and feature Black people.