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Poster Printing at West Chester University Library IMC: Images
Poster printing guidelines, design basics and a few "How To's" using PowerPoint & Publisher.
The morguefile contains photographs freely contributed by many artists to be used in creative projects by visitors to the site. To acknowledge the artist's accomplishments, they ask that you credit the photographer when possible. Created by Michael Connors as a college student in 1996. It is currently a collaborative effort between brothers Kevin Connors and Michael Connors, with Johannes Seemann.
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A public photo collection that began in 2008 as a collaboration between Flickr and the Library of Congress. It has since expanded to include the collections of over 45 institutions, including NASA, the Imperial War Museum, and the New York Public Library.
Burst is a free stock photo site that is powered by Shopify. All the photos on the site are offered under the Creative Commons Zero (CC0) license, which means you’re welcome to use the photos for any purpose.
Complete archive of American Vogue, from 1892 to present in high-resolution color images.
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