The Geometric Solids ClipArt collection includes 804 illustrations of the commonly used figures known as rectangular solids, prisms, pyramids, spheres, cones and cylinders. Also contained in the 15 galleries of this collection are frusta, bifrusta, antiprisms, bypyramids, octahedrons, dodecahedrons, and combination forms. Not only is there ClipArt of the various geometric solids, but there are paper patterns that can be used to create the 3-dimensional figures for use as hands-on models for teachers and students. Visit the Crystals gallery for more images of solid forms that are used in geometry.

ClipArt illustrations of antiprisms, which are polyhedrons that are created by two parallel n-sided polygons connected by an alternating band of 2n trianges, where n is some integer from 3 upwards.

ClipArt illustrations of bifrusta, or bifrustum, which are polyhedral solids that combine two frustum across a plane of symmetry.

ClipArt images of bipyramids, also known as dipyramids and deltahedrons, which are polyhedrons that connect 2 identical pyramids of any number of sides at their bases.

ClipArt images of combination forms, which are polyhedral solids that combine other geometrtic shapes and solids to create a new geometric solid.

ClipArt images of cones, which are three-dimensional geometric solids that are made by taking all straight lines from the apex (top) at an angle to a plane in a 360 degree radius. A cone has a circular…

ClipArt illustrations of cubes. Cubes are 3-dimensional geometric solids bounded by six equal squares, making the height, width, and length equal, and all interior angles 90 degrees. It is also called…

ClipArt illustrations of cylinders, which are geometric solids composed of two parallel equal circles and a rectangle that is connected to the edge of the circles. The axis of the cylinder is described…

ClipArt illustrations of dodecahedrons. Dodecahedrons are polyhedrons with twelve faces. The term usually references regular dodecahedrons, formed by twelve regular pentagonal faces and three meeting…

ClipArt illustrations of frusta. Frusta are portions of a solid, typically a cone or pyramid, that are between two parallel planes that cut the solid.

ClipArt images of uncommon 3-dimensional figures including hexahedrons, diploids, tetrahexahedrons, and more.

ClipArt illustrations of octahedrons. Octahedrons are polyhedrons (3-dimensional solids with polygons as faces) with eight faces.

ClipArt images of prisms. Prisms are polyhedrons with two parallel faces, known as the bases, and with remaining faces that are parallelograms. Prisms are named by the shape of the base.

ClipArt of pyramids with various bases. A pyramid is a solid geometric figure with a base that is a polygon and sides that are triangular in shape and meet at a common point at the top, known as the apex.

ClipArt illustrations of patterns of that can be cut out and assembled to create 3-dimensional geometric figures.

ClipArt images of spheres, including parts and zones of spheres and hemispheres. A sphere is a 3-dimensional figure in which all points are equidistant from a center point.