i can understand ditching the Corel clip-art, much of it is pretty bad... but if you've already been through Artville, and possibly others, and maybe even done a dingbat search as well, it sounds like you ultimately have two options left: - make your own through drawing it yourself or pieceing together elements from the other sets... - hire a professional illustrator... with so many stock houses and so much variety, it sounds like you have a very particular thing you are looking for... i can give you some names of locals i like (like http://inkwellstudios.com/, for example), or you can even start the trek at: http://search.yahoo.com/bin/search?p=illustrators > From: "Mark Gregor" <markg at tiac.net> > > I'm in the market for a set of good clip art, icons, and illustrations > to use on sites. I've waded through the usual suspects (artville.com, > Corel clip art, etc.) and a bunch of the free sites (most of which are > crap) and haven't found what I'm looking for. I'd be more than > willing to pay for a CD or access to a site that contains high quality > illustrations. > > I'm primarily looking for illustrations that will work at small sizes. > Ideally, they would be vector based, but I'm not picky.