Are you looking for pictures and images for your presentations, projects, and posters? Here you will find a great place to start looking for and finding images that you can use.
IconBug is an advanced icon search engine that allows users to download, share, comment, and upload icons.
Photos 8 is a great place to find thousands of images that are in the public domain. There are currently over 14,000 high resolution images on the site. You can browse by category or search for something specific.
A source of free images for teachers and their students. Now with over 6,000 different photographs and education illustrations.
ImageBase is a personal project of professional photographer David Niblack. Imagebase contains more than one hundred pages of images that Mr. Niblack has released for free reuse and redistribution.
The World Images Kiosk hosted by SanJose State University offers more than 75,000 images that teachers and students can use in their academic projects. All of the images can be used under the Creative Commons license that requires you to give proper attribution (credit) when necessary. You can find images by using the search box or your can browse through more than 800 portfolios and groups organized by subject.
A visual search engine for high quality creative commons images
The OpenClipArt Library is the largest collaborative community that creates, shares, and remixes clipart. All clipart is released to the public domain and may be used in any project for free with no restrictions.
The Noun Project is a platform empowering the community to build a global visual language that everyone can understand.