Welcome! How can we help?

Sorry, there are no results.


Creating Your Design

Canva for Work

Team Settings

Billing and Plans

Downloading, Saving & Sharing

iPad & iPhone Apps



Canva Print

Android App


Grids and Frames


Text and Textholders



Illustrations and Icons

Shapes and Lines


Page Setup


Reset your password

Canva Glossary

Nonprofit Program

Log In and Out

Transferring designs

Getting Started with Canva for Work

Brand kit

Uploading fonts

Resize your design

Team Templates

Free Content

Create an Animation

Creating a Canva Team

Setting up your Canva team

Adding and removing members

Roles and Permissions in Canva

Change your team name

Purchasing premium elements


Payment Options

Change/Cancel your Canva for Work Plan

Canva for Work Trial


Download quality

Advanced download options

Sharing your design



iPad App

iPhone App

Preparing Photos for Canva

Preparing Vectors for Canva

File Transfer Protocol (FTP)

Contributor FAQ's



Terms of Use

Send us a Legal query

Preparing your design for print

Manage and Track Your Order

Sending your design to print

Product Information

Pricing Information

Design Guidelines

Print Customer Service Policy


Saving and sharing


Something's not working

Search by contributor

Have you seen a photo, illustration or icon you absolutely loved and wondered how you could get more from that same artist?

Canva has over 500 photographers, illustrators, and graphic designers contributing their images to the Canva library, each with their own unique style. Working with a single or a few contributors, enables you to create a design with a consistent look and feel.

You can easily search for a contributor’s portfolio in Canva.

Here’s how:

  1. Hover your cursor over the file you want to find the contributor of.
  2. Click on the ‘i’ symbol to reveal the contributor’s name displayed below the file’s title.
  3. Click on the name listed below the title. This will open the contributor’s portfolio.

search by contributor

If you’d like to save just one particular file, you may get its Media ID. For your reference, you can check out the Find an image you used before article.

Was this article helpful ?

Not really Yes, thanks