Encourage inclusivity—and perhaps even learn something new—with this inspiring and educational clip art pack.
When a business or brand embraces sign language, it lets customers who are mute, deaf, and hard of hearing know that they’re not only welcome, but respected.
In this article, you’ll get a FREE American Sign Language (ASL) clip art pack that makes learning (and teaching) easy and fun. Share it with your friends or publish it to your followers to help create a bigger impact.
So, what are you waiting for?
Included in This FREE American Sign Language Clip Art Pack
This FREE ASL clip art pack includes twenty-six letters and four common greetings. Let’s go deeper before downloading.
26 ASL Letters
How to Download the FREE American Sign Language Clip Art Pack
Ready to spread awareness around ASL? Awesome! It’s time to download. Simply click on the download button below, then extract the zip file to get these files:
- 26 files of ASL alphabet, from A-Z: Available in high-quality .png files with transparent background
- A single file of combined ASL alphabet: Available in high-quality .jpeg and ready-to-print PDF.
- “Hello” ASL greeting: Available in high-quality .png file with transparent background.
- “Welcome” ASL greeting: Available in high-quality .png file with transparent background.
- “Thank you” ASL greeting: Available in high-quality .png file with transparent background.
- “I love you” ASL greeting: Available in high-quality .png file with transparent background.
Click below to download the FREE American Sign Language Clip Art Pack:
By downloading this FREE American Sign Language Clip Art Pack, you agree not to resell or redistribute these assets.
Ways to Use the FREE American Sign Language Clip Art Pack
Showcasing an ASL welcome sign in your business space might make mute, deaf, and hard of hearing people feel more welcome and respected. It could also encourage other customers to learn sign language themselves. Why not help popularize ASL?
Make cards for friends or customers to let them know how much you appreciate them. (Tips on How to Make Your Own DIY Greeting Cards.)
Make your meet-and-greets more inclusive with these name tags.
One way to show your ASL design to a broader audience is by posting it to social media. For example, spell your name in the ASL alphabet and use that as your Facebook banner.
Print & Frame
Print & frame the ASL alphabet, then put it in your home or office so that you and your family/coworkers can learn ASL together.
How to Combine ASL Letters Using Shutterstock Editor
The ASL alphabet is usually used to spell out names, places, brands, or ideas that don’t have a sign of their own. With the twenty-six ASL letters included in this pack, you can spell out anything you want. To do this, use any design software that you have, or even work directly through your social media apps, such as Instagram.
In this tutorial, we’ll guide you through the steps of combining the ASL alphabet using Shutterstock Editor. Note: With Shutterstock Editor, you don’t have to install any apps or software to edit your photo. All you need is a computer, a browser, and an internet connection.
Let’s get started!
Step 1: Choose a Size for Your Design
Begin by choosing a size for your design. This window will automatically pop up when you open Shutterstock Editor.
Step 2: Upload the ASL Letters Clip Art
Once the canvas is ready, you can upload the letters you want to use by clicking on the My Files tool and hitting the red Upload Image button. Upload several files at once by holding ctrl while selecting the files to upload.
In this tutorial, we’ll spell “ASL.”
Step 3: Adjust the Layout
After the clip arts are uploaded, select each clip art to place on your canvas. Then, it’s time to adjust the layout. Place it in the position that you want, adjust the size and rotate, if needed.
Tip: You can also add some text on your design using the Text tool, combine it with the ASL greeting clip art, or any other clip art.
Step 4: Choose Your Background
Now, choose your background color by clicking on the Background button on top of the canvas.
Tip: You can also use a photo, illustration, or pattern as your background.
You can upload your own image with the My Files tool, or select from the extensive collection of assets in the Shutterstock library by simply clicking on Images and searching with the keyword related to the image you want to use.
Step 5: Download
Once you’re done with your design, hit the download button on the top-right of the canvas.
Congratulations, you’ve successfully combined your ASL letters into words!
Diversity is an issue worth exploring. So, let’s do just that: