Free World Map Vector Shape Download for Photoshop

Designing for a travel agency or global company? Having a world map saved ready for use is always a good idea. 

Creating a world map from scratch is actually quite time-consuming, well, just look at it, so many details, and they are super easy to miss. 

I used to do freelance design for a few international exhibitions, and obviously, a world map had to show up at some point. I messed up a couple of times when I tried to make a map from a photo, it took me hours!  that’s why I’m going for the easier way, just download a vector and add my style to it. 

Good news! If you’re struggling with designing a map, I do have a free world map vector to share with you. 

The file includes both png and PSD formats. 

Note: The vector is free for commercial use, but a link credit would be really appreciated 🙂

Change Map Color (3 Quick Steps)

If green is not your color, you can change the color in Photoshop following the steps below. 

Note: Screenshots are taken from Adobe Photoshop CC 2021 Mac version. Windows or other versions might look slightly different. 

Step 1: Open the .psd file you just downloaded. It appears in the Layers panel as Shape 1. 

Step 2: Select Shape 1 (the map). 

Step 3: go to the Swatches panel and choose any color you like. If the Swatches panel is not shown on the right side of your document, go to the top menu Window > Swatches

What are you going to create with the map?

About June
June is an experienced graphic designer specializing in brand design. Photoshop is the essential tool that she uses every day along with other Adobe programs for her creative work.

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  • June

    Yes you are welcome to use the vector for commercial use 🙂

  • badro

    Thank you for the vertor 🙂
    is it free for commercial use ?
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  • badro

    Thank you so much ^^
    it’s really helpful.

  • michelle

    even for commercial use… wow!! thanks so much!!

  • Anna

    Thanks for sharing this! Definately useful 🙂