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Free Kids Clip Art by Phillip Martin, Free Clip Art for Kids

Free Kids Clip Art by Phillip Martin, Free Clip Art for Kids
Welcome to Free Clip Art by Phillip Martin ! The artwork contained on this website are original works created by Phillip Martin and are protected by the U.S. Copyright Act of 1976 and other laws. You may use and reproduce the artwork contained on this website for FREE for a noncommercial purpose in accordance with the Creative Commons License below. Generally, the Creative Common License requires that (1) any reproduction of the artwork is for a noncommercial purpose, (2) you attribute the artwork to Phillip Martin, (3) you do not alter, transform, or build upon the artwork, and (4) you make clear to others the terms of the Creative Commons License under which you are reproducing the artwork.

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