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Australian Classic Clip Art Deluxe

A rare 1789-1940s collection of Australian fineart illustrations and clipart.
Publisher: EdAlive
Category: Education
Version: Deluxe
License: demo
Cost: 0$
Size: 3.16 MB
Updated: 30 Jun 2008
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Review
Australian Classic Clipart Deluxe is a rare 1789-1940s collection of Australian black and white and colourised fineart illustrations and clipart. The Mac Win CD features over 2000 historical images taken from the original record of Arthur Philip's journey, the classic Bulletin artists from the 1900s, the beautiful winsome art of Ruby Lind (sister of Norman Lindsay), Blinky Bill and friends, and more. Perfect for use in Desktop Publishing, Mulitmedia Presentations, Web-page design, newsletters and other print projects.

Categories include Animals, Anzac, Artistic, Birds, Borders, Boys, Cats, Children, Clothing, Decorations, Dogs, Fantasy, Farm, Fish, Flora, Frogs, Furniture, Girls, Groups, Household, Indigenous, Infants, Insects, Kangaroos, Kitchen, Koalas, Men, Miscellany, Music, Objects, People, Personalities, Places, Rabbit, Relaxing, Scenes, Silhouettes, Tools, Toys, Vehicles, Working, and Women.

Each B&W GIF image will print with clear detail up to A4 size (average size is around 5 megapixels). Colour images are in JPEG and GIF format have be optimised for screen and inkjet printers and are mostly around 300,000 pixels.

Australian Classic Clipart Deluxe is an essential resource for school projects. School projects have always been an important part of education and particularly homework, but these days children are not limited to cardboard, scissors and glue or sorting through magazines to find pictures to illustrate the creation. Projects are now done on computer using software like PowerPoint and Word. Although the Internet is a rich source of material, it is not always adequate or appropriate for use in electronic projects. EdAlive graphic images in Australian Classic Clip Art Deluxe have been brought together with Australian education in mind and are ideal for use by the family as a part of the library of digital images that is so much a part of computer use in education and homework.



download (ACCA.zip - 3.16 MB)