We asked four artists to share libraries of assets—colors, graphics, and more—that you can use in your work.
(Learn more about libraries.)
Step 1: Select the libraries you want to copy to your account.
Step 2: Find the Libraries panel in all your favorite Adobe apps, to use the assets.
Step 3: Make your own libraries and share them to collaborate consistently with others.
Alice Lee is a San Francisco–based artist who specializes in murals. Her latest large-scale installations can be found all around the San Francisco Bay Area, from the Asian Art Museum to cafés and tech-company offices. She’s also an illustrator who loves crafting warm, delightful worlds with friendly characters and fantastical animals.
Multidisciplinary artist Temi Coker was born and raised in Lagos, Nigeria, and now resides in Dallas, Texas, with his wife. His mix of vibrant colors and textures is inspired by his upbringing in Nigeria, as well as his love for creating work about the African Diaspora. His style focuses on evoking emotion through color, patterns, and storytelling.
See Temi Coker’s library.
Laci Jordan is a multidisciplinary designer, illustrator, and creative director; her work concentrates on color, pop culture, the representation of marginalized people, and the intersectionality that exists amongst all of these spheres. Created under the guiding conceptual theme of “Everyday Life,” her works range from captivating portraits of women of color to vibrant depictions of her favorite sneakers.