Image Search Engines
COPYEIGHT FREE PHOTO ARCHIVE
A Community-Indexed Photo Archive
The photo archive at Gimp-Savvy.com has more than 27,000 free photos and images saved on our own dedicated server, consisting of over 2.5 Gbytes of data.
U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service National Digital Library
The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service’s National Digital Library is a searchable collection of selected images, historical artifacts, audio clips, publications, and video, most of which are in the public domain. Those not in the public domain are intended for personal, private use.
|Barry's Clip Art||
|Web Places 4-engine Clip Art Searcher||Google Image Search|
Barry's Clip-Art Server - large collection of clip-art and links
Web Clip Art - page border, bullets, buttons, lines, etc. all along the same theme.
Nature Clipart - choices range from photo-like images to cartoon images, to animations; categories include flowers, plants, cats, bunnies, bears, ocean and fish, animals, insects, and butterflies.
Provides a page of forms to search several search engines for photos, fonts, animations and clip art.
Clip art for Arrows, Botanical, Cemetery, Christmas, Fantasy, Juggling, Symbols, Trains, Valentine
Cemetery Clip Art - angels, death, tombstones, coffins and the like.
The Symbols Site - the world's largest online encyclopedia of graphic symbols! SYMBOLS.com contains more than 2,500 Western signs, arranged into 54 groups according to their graphic characteristics. In 1,600 articles their histories, uses, and meanings are thoroughly discussed. The signs range from ideograms carved in mammoth teeth by Cro-Magnon men, to hobo signs and subway graffiti.
Train Images - including boxcars, trolleys, and train-related signs, people and buildings; B & W line drawings.
Valentine Clip art Cards - there are so many catagories
DK Clip Art
Dorling Kindersley, British market leader in illustrated non-fiction publishing, provides a "mini site will help support class and homework activities with downloads of DK's famous photographs that can be included in your school projects."