By Augustine Fischer. Clip Art. Published at Friday, April 05th, 2019 - 18:34:01 PM.
Artwork is considered ”in the public domain” if there are no laws or copyrights which restrict its use. This applies to all artwork (a) created before 1923, or (b) created by an artist who died at least 70 years before January 1 of the current year. All other artwork is covered by copyright protection, and you must secure permission to use it from its creator or publisher.
Clipart is nothing to be ashamed of. While some graphic designers may be wonderful illustrators, a lot of them are not. That is when clipart is most useful. There’s no need to spend hours trying to create illustrations when clipart can meet your needs. However, it’s not a wise idea to use clipart images straight from the web or a CD without modification.
Call it nostalgia, or homage, or Victorian-inspired shabby chic. Crafters and scrappers are increasingly using vintage images, photos and clipart in their designs. Antique pictures can add color, sentiment, humor, and a reminder that the important things in life are timeless. If you want to use vintage illustrations or photos in your projects, you should be aware of three things: copyright considerations, types of materials, and possible sources.
Design Stitch offers their custom sets to a limited number of buyers. Limited quantities promise a guarantee of originality. These sets are usually sold to only six customers before they are listed as sold out.
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