Open Education Resources (OER) come in many forms. Some are complex and fullblown activities or even courses to use. Others are less ambitious.
Clipart might be one of the less ambitious offerings. Openclipart.org is a source of clipart produced by almost 4000 different creative people. The clipart is designed using Inkscape, the Free Software vector art tool and is submitted to the site with a public domain dedication to remove any sort of restriction for reuse or remixing. There is no requirement to cite the original author, but it is gratifying and just plain nice to see the work reused.
I recently submitted a graphic of a truck carrying “loads of love” which I had initially created to add as a closing to emails to family.
Today, I stumbled across a remix at openclipart.org done by another user: netalloy.
Thanks to all who use a clipart. That’s what it is there for. Have fun. Share your work, too.