Graphics saved in ready-to-use computer files. These are normally vector illustrations and not photographic images.
graphics or pictures
Ready to use artwork used by many desktop publishing and art programs.
premade graphics made available to the user as a collection of images on a CD, Web site, floppy disk or within software programs. Clipart may be moved between programs and documents using the clipboard functions.
A library of drawings or photographs that you can use on your web page or in your documents.
Clip art refers to vector based graphics.
artwork found in a book that could be clipped out and used in your publication. Today it is usually sold as electronic artwork files that can be placed into your publication.
Graphics that can be copied and pasted electronically into documents you’re creating on your computer. Clipart can be photographs, diagrams, maps, illustrations, or cartoons.
A ready-to-use graphic file.
Pre-designed artwork, which are widely sold and distributed for incorporating and pasting into, documents and other design work. An example of clipart can be seen in some word processing programs such as Microsoft Word. Logo Revolution will not use any clipart when designing our logos. Our own logo designers will create any illustrations required for your new logo.