If you’re working on a graphic design project or advertising mock-up that requires a handful of star icons or vectors, or if you’re just in dire need (okay, maybe not that extreme) of a few stars in whatever shape or form, then you’re in the right place.

Look no further, for here, we offer you the best collection of beautiful star icons for your illustrative and creative needs. These Free Icons come in different, undoubtedly attractive designs and in the best quality to boot! They are also available in various formats, like, PSD, JPG, PNG, and Vector EPS—perfect for your resizing and customizing needs!

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Black Shaded Star Icons


Thin Outlined Star Icons


Star Symbol Icons


Emotional Star Icons

Star Sparkle Icons

Star Outline Icons

Starry, Starry Icons

As plenty of you may have already learned of stars—you know, other than the fact that they’re basically massive balls of fire and gas—according to a star’s life cycle, there are several different kinds of stars. And just like the actual ones, these tiny replicas made of pixels instead of gas appear in different forms as well. (For something a bit more turbulent and temperamental, these Weather Icons may work out better for you.)

  • Typical gold

Because stars often appear yellow or gold, they have been depicted through the years (usually in cartoons) in either color. As such, they’ve become the “industry standard,” so to speak. This is evident in “Gold Star Icons.”

  • Sparks of white light

I remember having had trouble trying to draw the perfect star when I was little, but when the lazy star as I liked to call it came into the picture, I had a renewed sense of hope. These lazy stars are illustrated in “Star Sparkle Icons.”

  • Expressive

Whoever said stars are inanimate and unemotional probably hasn’t seen “Emotional Star Icons.” You gotta admit that they look cute.

  • Quirky sketches

For those more particular projects—say, book cover art channeling a little bit of Diary of a Wimpy Kid—you can throw in a couple or more of these “Hand-Drawn Stars Icons” for some pizzazz.

Star Flat Icons

Hand-Drawn Stars Icons


Royalty Free Star Icons


Download Free Star Icons


Gold Star Icons

Stars Starring in Different Galaxies

Because these beautiful star icons come in such different art styles and designs, it is no surprise if you have come up with various uses for these. But if you haven’t, here are a few suggestions to start you off:

  • Ready-made star vectors

Like I said in the initial paragraph, you can use these for any number of your graphic design projects. Whether you’re working on a logo design, a concept interactive web design, an album or a book cover art whatever the case may be, you can definitely find use for these beautiful star vectors.

  • DIY stickers

Given the varied designs in plenty of these star icons and the distinct outline in most, if not all of them, it’s easy to see these little bits of sparkle in sticker form. For you teachers, these will make for a great reward system. Stick some of the “Gold Star Icons” onto test papers of pupils who got perfect marks, and see your class work even harder!

  • DIY wrapping paper

With how evenly spaced some of these star icons are and their unique yet uniform designs, they’d make for great wrapping paper. Don’t knock it ’til you try it on “Thin Outlined Star Icons.”


So download now! Maybe include some of these 3D Icons too!

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