Welcome to the most sought-after collection of royalty-free vector clip art images in the world! Browse any subject to find the best clipart images for Microsoft or Apple systems, Powerpoint or Photoshop, Microsoft Office or Office Online projects including business presentations, desktop publishing, web pages, greeting cards, email, posters, promotional items, t-shirts, sign-making, print-making and more!
From kids office workers, designers, teachers and education professionals, lawyers and medical personnel, CoolCLips is the number one choice for all the images you'll ever need for creating stunning design projects at work, home, school, church, or just about anywhere!
Vector clipart can be scaled or re-sized to any size you need without any loss of quality! Find your favorite vector images now and simply checkout and download directly to your computer! Great results are both Fun & Easy with CoolClips!
This section focuses on Recycling Symbols, Environmental Responsibilities, Symbols
CoolCLIPS Vector Clip Art is available in raster JPG files and scalable, resizeable vector WMF files.
Vector WMF Graphics
Vector graphics, also referred to as "object-oriented" or "draw" graphics, are created using geometric objects - lines, ovals, rectangles, and curves.
WMF vector graphics files (Windows Metafile) can be rotated, edited and ungrouped so that component shapes can be edited, deleted, recolored using virtually any vector art editing application including programs that provide editing tools such as Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Publisher and Office, Adobe Illustrator, CorelDRAW, and Macromedia FreeHand.
For added convenience, WMF files are also available as raster jpg at 600 pixels resolution.
Raster JPG Graphics
(c) 2007 - 2016 CoolCLIPS.com, All Rights Reserved.
License Information |
Bitmap graphics are sometimes referred to as "digital," raster, or paint graphics. The advantage of a bitmap over a vector is that it can represent a much more complex range of colors and shades providing photographic detail. Digital cameras and scanners produce bitmaps, as are most of the graphics you see on the internet.
JPG format allow whole images to be rotated, edited, cropped, filtered and scaled using virtually all Photo raster editing applications including programs that include editing tools like Microsoft Office, Adobe graphic products plus many others.