Sketch, the favorite of interface designers, is day by day getting richer also source-wise. Though it's hard for the designers to leave a tool behind and switch to another; there are different dynamics when it comes to the "Latest". An amateur trying to create something by using Photoshop can succeed in achieving that by using millions of different sources offered for the Photoshop program. But can s/he find a source as broad as such, once s/he switches to a different tool? The answer is generally "no" for starters.
Sketch, as you already know, has become the favorite of interface designers during the recent years. Keeping this in mind, designers started to produce works not only specific to Photoshop but also to Sketch. Moreover, they do not always do it for a fee, but also for free. Having a relatively limited content, Sketch started gaining a free archive thanks to the ever-growing number of its supporters; and this is a significant step for the program to gain new users.
The graphic/table archive that I want to share with you is also created specifically for Sketch. This archive developed by Is.Graphics stands out among all the free graphic works I've seen so far with its organized structure and details. This gallery developed in a pretty modern manner will bring a new style both to your desktop and your mobile designs.
The most important aspect of this archive designed in a marvellously integral manner not only regarding its graphics but also its matching font gallery, symbols and other elements is the fact that it's free. We might say that Is Graphics is a platform where many paid design tools are developed and sold. Their most important feature is that they don't just sell everything for a price but they keep nurturing the internet world also with the free works.
Summing up, you'd better have this magnificent graphic archive on your computer; you never know when you might need it.