Are clip art copyrighted?
Public Domain clip art is not copyright protected and can generally be used for any purpose. Regardless, you should always read the Terms and Conditions of Use to determine what you can and can’t do with clip art.
Do I need to obtain permission to use clip art in a design?
By changing the image you have merely created a “derivative work” under copyright law, not a new work. Depending on the terms of the license that you got the clip art under, changing the image could constitute a breach of the license as well as copyright infringement.
Can ClipArt be used commercially?
For example, ClipArt.com states that the user is not permitted to “… use any of the Content for any commercial purposes more than 100,000 printed copies without explicit written permission.”
Is ClipArt library royalty free?
The Open Clip Art Library is an expansive collection of clipart that lives in the public domain via a Creative Commons license. All of the art at this site is available for download.
Can I use free clipart on my website?
Normally yes! You will find a large number of clipart images are free to use both personally and commercially, however, make sure to double-check each individual clip art image just to make sure.
How do I get clipart royalty free?
Favorite Sites for Free Clipart and Photos
- The Noun Project. The Noun Project has a huge collection of free symbols and icons.
- Free SVG. FreeSVG.org is filled with public domain clipart that you can freely use for any purpose.
- Photo for Class.
What counts as personal non-commercial use?
Personal, Non-Commercial Use means to be used as food, fertilizer or bait or otherwise properly disposed without trading, bartering, or selling by one individual to another, or without transporting, shipping, or causing to be transported or shipped, out of state.