& Culture Pop
are lots of great pictures online based on the Harry Potter books
and movies. J.
K. Rowling did not include a picture of Harry in her first
book so that everyone could have their own images of what he looked
like. When Harry Potter and the Philosophers Stone was published
in 1997 it finally did have a picture of Harry - drawn by a British
artist named Thomas
many fans have created their versions of the teen wizard and his
Hogwarts Castle school, friends, teachers, and the various Harry Potter creatures that make up the series.
In these sites you'll find artwork from the Harry Potter books
with many of the different covers for each of the book in the
series on display. A few screensavers to add Harry to your home
computer, plenty of pictures of quidditch,
the creatures in all the Harry Potter movies,
Hogsmeade and other people and places you know from the Harry Potter books
You can use
the clip art and movie still photos for your own personal Harry
Potter pictures, but most of them are copyright protected, so
be careful about including them in collections, on a Web site,
or anything else that might be considered commercial. If you want
to make a Harry Potter craft project, or decorate
for a Harry
Potter party, you'll have plenty of pictures to choose from
on these sites...
Harry Potter clip art, pictures, and images around the Web:
Our Harry Potter picture galleries - And they mean it,
with behind-the-scenes pictures of movie sets, cast & movie
premiere photos, publicity stills, book covers, personal appearances
and lots more, from CBBC.
Harry Potter Screensavers - A large collection of screensavers based on the Harry Potter movies. Many include music. Just scroll down the alphabetical list...