[Clipart] [Open Clip Art Library] Question about use

Greg Bulmash oneminuteinspirations at gmail.com
Thu Mar 26 15:30:17 PDT 2009

Yes they are free for anyone to use however they like, but please note 
that means anyone.  Using public domain images makes it a bit harder to 
protect your product lines from imitators because they can use the very 
same images.

Probably not an issue, but it's worth mentioning.

croatianinja at yahoo.com wrote:
> I know you've stated that these images are public domain, but it just sounds too good to be true. I'm a rubber stamp artist. I've found some images here that I would like to make into stamps and, later, scrapbooking products (papers, cliparts). For the stamps, I will not be adding them to my drawing. They will be made into stamps as is (with a few cleaning up and slight modifications on my part). Is this still allowed?
> Thanks so much for your service. I'm a beginner in this trade and have enjoyed learning Inkscape. Being a stay at home, I cannot afford Adobe Illustrator, but I'm glad because I think Inkscape rocks. I've downloaded a trial version of AI and I think it's not that great.
> More power to your site,
> Nina
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