Bar Graph Maker

Make stunning designs with PicMonkey's bar graph maker. You'll be amazed at what you can create — no design skills required.

How to make a bar graph

Pick graphics

Choose a bar graph that you like from PicMonkey’s graphics library.

Customize your graphics

Arrange your chosen graphics on your canvas, adjust the size, change colors, or add outlines or a drop shadow. Most of our graphics are vectors so they will not blur when you resize them.

Add text to your design

If you want to add text, choose from hundreds of beautiful fonts—from serif to script to fun, or upload your own! Customize your text by curving it, adding a drop shadow, or an outline.


Complete your design and share or export from the editor.

Why use PicMonkey for design and photo editing?

Minimal learning curve

Our easy and intuitive tools allow you to start editing photos and creating spectacular designs immediately, no matter your skill level.

Extensive feature set

Start with a professionally designed template or take advantage of our high-powered tools to make custom images from scratch.

So much for so little

Get everything you need to create fabulous images for one low subscription price, with no one-off purchases or hidden costs.

Create with graphics

We’ve got thousands of awesome graphics in a multitude of styles, shapes, and sizes that you can use to create designs that will get noticed.

1000s of graphics at PicMonkey
1000s of graphics at PicMonkey
See our stock photos

Create with stock photos

We’ve got millions of gorgeous, authentic stock photos taken by some of the best photographers in the world that you can use to create a truly unique image—all included with a subscription.

See our stock photos

Making bar graphs in PicMonkey

As you work on your bar graph design, our cloud-based storage, Hub, is working behind the scenes to auto-save your work. Your files will remain editable when they’re stored in Hub so if you, say, decided that you wanted to add a sixth data point later on, you could open this file and all the layers would be unflattened; you could rearrange elements or trade them out to your heart’s content.

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