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Use "wide" as a keyword in google searches with the kinds of images you want, and the word "image" or "photo" or clipart etc. You'll get things like this: http://www.bigstockphoto.com/search/wide/
Try "gothic clipart" in a google image search, and head from there.
You'll want http://processing.org. It's not only exactly what you want, but even more. And it is probably the easiest way to get into programming, full stop. With one caveat... you have to like Java-esque languages. I don't. I prefer Objective-C, but nobody cares about that, right? RIGHT! The Processing community is second to none in terms of online ...
Seems to me it is not icons you want, but product images. You can either take the pictures yourself, but for professional images you want to buy images not icons. There are a plethora of sites dedicated to this. Shutterstock is just one: http://www.shutterstock.com/pic-53306749/stock-photo-graphic-designer.html If it is actual icons you want, I would ...
I would like to point out Copyleft and Project Gutenberg as sources of content that are considered public domain, usually under Creative Commons licensing. Wikipedia on Copyleft. Copyrights from Project Gutenberg Apart from sources like this, content explicitly marked as free-use, never assume and never use.
If the authorship and terms/conditions for permission are unclear - then you don't have permission, it's as simple as that. There are multiple specific cases when you can use content made by others - public domain, explicit permission, expired copyright, etc; however, it's your responsibility to find out which of that applies (or doesn't apply) for each ...
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