Republican Elephant & Democratic Donkey - 3D Icons

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    Republican Elephant & Democratic Donkey - 3D Icons.
    These are not an official Democratic or Republican Party logos or icons. These images have been created for general use to illustrate editorial content about politics in America.

    sarachicad, z@consumerbuyingbehavior, and 2 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. kuer90.1 37 months ago | reply

      A great image! I've included it (with a slight alteration) - with attribution to you per the Creative Commons stipulations - on our talk show's web-page at radiowest.kuer.org/post/31512-no-one-middle KUER is an NPR affiliate in Salt Lake City, Utah.

    2. DonkeyHotey 37 months ago | reply

      Thanks for letting me know.

    3. kuer90.1 37 months ago | reply

      I like your work! You are the only artist on flickr I've come back to after using another image. [see here: radiowest.kuer.org/post/2612-going-dirty] You're very generous to make your work available ... Thank you.

    4. conceptmatt 31 months ago | reply

      Perfect photo as the election rolls around.
      We used it in our video here: TradingScreen's Top Hedge Fund News for the Week of 9/10/12 and included you in our credits in the blog post

      Thanks!

    5. kung_fuelvis 30 months ago | reply

      Excellent images - used on us2012.bujournalism.info/

      Accreditation provided in the footer.

      Thanks again for sharing these.

    6. annaheiselman 29 months ago | reply

      Thank you for sharing under Creative Commons! Used with credit at psychlifetoday.blogspot.com/2012/10/why-partisanship-is-d...
      Thanks again!

    7. ThoughtFactory.org1 24 months ago | reply

      Used at ThoughtFactory.org

    8. caralinw 11 months ago | reply

      Thanks for using creative commons! I have used this photo to help illustrate an article on the open-access social sciences website TheSocietyPages.org and it can be seen here thesocietypages.org/ssn/2014/04/24/texas-vs-california/ starting Thursday April 24, 2014.

      Thanks again!
      Caralin Walsh

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