SmileOnMyMac has just released version 5.0 of their optical disc labelling software, DiscLabel. These guys were so impressed with the quality of the Open Clip Art Library‘s artwork, that they specifically developed SVG support to utilise the library and also chose 1300 of the best OCAL SVG’s to bundle with their software.

It is great to see companies utilising the potential of User Contributed open media, and helping to distribute our awesome clipart to more and more end users. Following is an excerpt from their press release:

The new clip art library offers more than 1300 items that are accessed via a special clip art browser. The clip art is tagged with keywords that can be searched using the built-in Spotlight module. The clip art files come from the Open Clip Art Library, an archive of more than 7000 user-contributed images that can be freely used. Users can download additional artwork from the Open Clip Art Library and access it via DiscLabel’s clip art browser. For more information about the Open Clip Art Library project, visit http://www.openclipart.org.