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  • Looking for quality, stylistically consistant CLIP ART

    I'm a graphic designer at a big organisation that produces educational resources. I produce templates for non-designers to use, and am looking for a (large) library of clip art, which is consistent in illustrative style, and good quality. I haven't been able to find anything online, can any one please suggest where I can find this?
    Thanks for any assistance.

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