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25 Awesome Free Vector Clip Arts Made Using Inkscape

In the field of graphic arts, vector clip art is associated with pre-made images used to represent whatever medium. It is comprised completely of illustrations made using computer software, and it does not contain stock photography.

One of the most popular free and open-source software that is capable of producing high-quality vector clip arts is Inkscape. I consider it as one of the best vector graphics editors for Linux and perhaps for other operating system platforms such as Windows and Mac.

Today, I'm going to share with you some of the most awesome vector clip arts made using Inkscape.

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