WPClipart is an ever-growing collection of artwork that is genuinely free of copyright concerns as well as safe from inappropriate images.
Usage in school research and reports is my main focus when creating, or finding and editing -- but there are photos and clips here that work great
for commercial uses, book illustrations, office presentations, and some just for fun...
Today's image count:
All the images here are Public Domain.
come back often
and tell your friends!
Pix of the Day
(click the image to see full-size version)
to track/prevent any malicious activity if it were to occur on-site, but are periodically dumped and not shared or viewed or used for any other purpose.
WPClipart uses advertising from Google.
They run ads that I believe are appropriate for this site's audience (any ads involving alcohol and gambling are blocked.) I have yet to see an ad be crude
or overly intrusive. The ad layout onsite is never meant to confuse ads with content. There is only one ad per page (and one in the "related"
framed page that appears below the image display pages.)
That said, Google is a contexual advertiser, and as such they use anonymous cookies on the user's machine to track web visiting habits.
(In order to serve targeted ads.)
However, since Google is part of the Digital Advertising Alliance,
you have the ability to OPT OUT of them personalising ads (via collecting information.)
For use in Europe I have opted to use non-targeted ads rather than the tracking cookies.
Opt Out Page
By opting out, your preference not to be tracked will be honored by these agencies wherever you go, not just here at WPClipart.
Help support WPClipart!
The images are vetted for public domain status more rigourously than any user-submitted site, I tweak/improve clips I don't create myself, especially
conscious of printability. The images will always be OK for kids to view.
I rent a dedicated server that I configure and maintain myself, and wrote custom databasing software just for WPClipart. (Yeah, I'm a bit of a geek.)
I do computer repair as a profession -- but the more money I make from the website, the more time I can devote to it's improvment.
And if you have a question or problem -- you can email me
, and I will usually be helpful :-)
That's what I offer, and my dream is to work on the site full time.
So if you'd like to donate a couple bucks through PayPal, much appreciated!