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Blog Swag

Free Images To Use For Your Blog or commercial endeavor

I have been dabbling a little in graphic design and vector drawing and I figured I would share some of the images I came up with.  These posts are all going to be known as blog swag.

You can use these images for your blog and other works.  These images as of the date this post was published are free for commercial use.  If you are looking for some other great images, make sure to check out my post at Hubpages.  I have a bunch of sources for public domain images there as well. Always check the original source for information on crediting the creator.


Publlc Doimain Spiky Circle Steamy Cup Coffee Badge Black and White

Geographic Circle Steamy Cup Coffee Badge Black and White

Public Domain Coffee Love Black and White Badge

Public Domain Images

Latte Foam Art Public Domain
Leaf Foam Art Coffee
Source Pixabay

Public Domain Free Image Coffee Beans
Coffee Beans
Source Pixabay

Don't Spill The Beans Coffee Public Domain Free Image
Spill The Beans
Source Pixabay

Freshly Ground Coffee Free Image Public Domian
Freshly Ground Coffee
Source Pixabay

Coffee in Astoria
Heart Foam Latte
Image Credit Flickr


  1. I like spill the beans! I'm going to find use for this swag, thx


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