• About Colouringbook.org

    December 3rd, 2009

    Colouringbook.org converts public domain SVG clip art in to line art so that kids (and adults) can use these as coloring book pages.

    Colouringbook.org highly recommends the Inkscape Open Source vector graphics editor to edit and play with the SVG files on this site.

    In January 2013, the colouringbook.org (colouringbook.org, clipartist.net) sites received 22,000 pageviews a day. Since our mission is to promote art, we would love to show your art and link back to it.

    What do you need to do?

    1. Write a blog post describing your art. (Preferably in HTML format with links back to your art site.)
    2. E-mail the blog post and any art to peacesymbol@gmail.com with “colouringbook.org blog post” in the subject line.
    3. Make sure you give colouringbook.org permission to post the blog post.
    4. Make sure the copyright permissions for your art work are clear.
    5. (Optional) Suggest some tags for the posts SEO.
    6. (Optional) Link back to colouringbook.org or your art blog post on colouringbook.org
    7. (Optional) Tweet your clipartist.net blog post to @clipartist_net


    What we do:

    If the post is cool and relevant to colouringbook.org’s users we will post it and e-mail you back the link with the post.

    Colouringbook.org also encourages donating any clip art you make to the Open Clip Art Library and any images you create to Wikimedia Commons.

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    Be a star! Promote your art for free on colouringbook.org