A colleague at work showed this to me and I loved it! The music, the graphics, the typography — what a breath of fresh air in the stock photo-filled inspirational movie world! Check out more great movies at Box of Crayons.

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It is Teacher Appreciation Week in the United States and, May 4, is the official “Teacher Appreciation Day”. At Poster-Street.com we created this little free digital story using PowerPoint and SlideShare as a way to celebrate the wonderful work teachers do every day.

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What’s the cutest, funniest, or wisest thing your child has ever said to you?

Leave a comment on our Facebook Fanpage and share your child’s wisdom with the world. The top quote (as judged by the most number of “likes”) will receive a $100 Amazon gift voucher. The top ten quotes will also be made into free posters for everyone to enjoy and you and your child’s story will be highlighted on our blog.

To enter just follow these easy steps:

1. Leave a comment and include your little one’s first name and age (example, Sarah – 2 yrs)

2. Invite your friends to “like” it

That’s it!

You are free to post as many quotes as you like — just remember the one with the most ‘likes’ wins the “grand” prize!

Contest ends on May 7, 2010.

The Fine Print
A $100 Amazon.com gift voucher will be emailed to the lucky winner. For more information on how to redeem your voucher and terms and conditions, please click here.

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If you’re looking for free clip-art to include in a poster, newsletter of flyer, look no further – the Open Clip-art Library is here! Thanks to a blog post on Open Clip-Art Library relaunch I came across this comprehensive site that claims to have 26,648 images. The Open Clip-art Library project aims to create an archive of clip art that can be used freely for any type of use.

To put it to a test, I tried several searches – some were more successful than others.

My search for the words “world” brought up couple of images of planet earth, “girl” pulled up some very cute clip-art of cartoon-like characters,  “reading” led to two pages of images that seemed somewhat related and “math” brought up two more pages with a few related but many unrelated images.

I had a hard time understanding how a search for the word “book” brought up over 11 pages of images that included pictures of a tree, a whale, glasses and a space  shuttle. On the other hand, the search for the word “strawberry” pulled up one page of clip-art that seemed quite accurate (see screenshot below).

Regardless of the somewhat dubious keywords used to tag some of the images, I still think this can be a good resource if you’re looking to save some money and lack the skills to draw your own custom art.

The clip-art would be ideal for creating free posters, cards, flyers and newsletters for your school or charity event.  If you’re artistically talented you can even upload your own clip-art to the website. Keep in mind that all graphics submitted to the Open Clip-art Library will be placed into the Public Domain according to the statement by the Creative Commons.

Do you know of any other free clip-art websites? Share them here.

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