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Ukraine icons by LINECTOR for Iconfinder (CC BY 4.0)

The silver lining of these tumultuous times is the way humanity has come through to help strangers in Ukraine. You’ve seen how the world, the creative community included, has gone out of its way to provide housing and raise funds for the displaced Ukrainians left grappling in the Russian invasion.

If you’re keen to be a part of this global humanitarian effort but aren’t able to assist in any of these ways, fret not—you can still help by expressing your support for the nation and spreading the word about the unprovoked conflict. Some artists have donated free icon packs that the public can download and use to stand in solidarity with Ukrainians in need. 

A total of 185 vector icons—available in PNG, SVG, and AI formats—have been contributed by four icon designers to Iconfinder to “help Ukrainians, reporters, bloggers, and others who need to communicate about the events happening in Ukraine,” the platform describes. The graphics can be used in protest signs, social media posts, donation campaigns, articles, videos, and everything else that conveys support for the nation.

War in Ukraine icons by Sergei Kokota for Iconfinder (CC by 4.0)

The packs are all licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International (CC BY 4.0) license, which allows anyone around the world to share and build upon the images for personal and commercial projects, given that there’s appropriate credit to the creators.

Preview a handful of the icons you can download for free below, and explore them all here.

Ukraine icons by LINECTOR for Iconfinder (CC BY 4.0)

Free Ukraine icons by Aireen Ch for Iconfinder (CC BY 4.0)

Stand with Ukraine icons by Ukrainian artist Anton Kalashnyk for Iconfinder (CC BY 4.0)


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