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    Where can I get for free, or buy some cheap clip art? I'm not the kind of person who normally uses clip art...I always prefer to illustrate all of my stuff, but I have a customer who wants some 'sports' icons and such for some school plaques and in order to keep the cost way down, I was hoping to find me some cheap clipart that would offer some stuff. In particular, I need icons of sporting equipment/balls/etc. but it'd be nice to have a nice library of vector clipart for other future projects.

    Any ideas where I can buy some clip art cheap?

    Thanks!
    tmooregraphics
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    You should be able to get something at your local computer store or office supply store YNOT they usually have them pretty cheap.
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      What about the Dover series? I believe they're selling them with disks these days.
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      • #4
        We use these two sources when needing those quick and cheap projects.

        http://www.vectorart.com/ (you can by individual images)

        and
        http://vector-images.com/

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        • #5
          Some non vector cliparts:
          http://etc.usf.edu/clipart/sitemap/sitemap.htm

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          • #6
            www.istock.com www.bigstock.com www.dreamstime.com www.stockxpert.com

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            • #7
              i've found istockphoto good for cheapish ready made vector stuff
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