FREE CLIPART AND PHOTO
FREE CLIPART 1
|I found these
websites I am writing about while making PowerPoints for my teaching
training at Western Kentucky University. Some require a link back
to the artist (for website logos, etc.) and others require only
an email of thanks to the photographer (for original photos). So
while some sites are free, you just might sometimes need to do a
few things to be able to use the artwork.
AND HISTORIC CLIPART
is another cool and free clipart site geared towards educational use,
but you may very well find some things here to use, even if you arenÕt
The Stock Exchange Photo site. This site has many photos,
and all for free. I can't wait to explore here to see these photos.
This came recommended by a web designer.
Public Domain Photo database
site is FREE for non-commercial use. Do you need to use this art
commercially? Just ask the artists for permission first. This
may involve a fee.
Imageafter site has FREE art for personal OR commercial use.
make it, to be changed at will, if you need to change it.
The only thing you canŐt do is use the pictures on an online resource
site like theirs.
FREE art site VERY nice and professional-looking photos Use as
needed, just donŐt compete with another free site using their
site offers free photos for non-commercial sites.
ABOUT PUBLIC DOMAIN CLIPART AND ARTWORK
best thing about public domain artwork is that most of it can be used
for any project. It can also be changed or redone. You can also use
part of each image to make something new.
a general definition, artwork in the public domain is published art
after 1924. The original copyright holder(s) are gone, and/or they did
not fill out the required paperwork to extend the original copyright.
This art is sometimes now free for public use.
public domain sites let you use the artwork for anything, and many give
it away for free - - but make sure you check first to make sure that
this is the story for each site you visit.
sites have found public domain art and have published them with copyright.
For this reason, you should read all the fine print on the site (FAQs
etc.) , just in case.