Creative Commons Images Now Available on Flickr Wall Art

 
Blue Marble, Eastern Hemisphere March 2014. Image Source/NASA Goddard Space Flight Centre

Blue Marble, Eastern Hemisphere March 2014. Image Source/NASA Goddard Space Flight Centre

Back in October, Flickr introduced Flickr Wall Art system which used allowed users to create ‘wall-ready’ art. People could use these images to decorate the walls of their home or office, or even gift them to their loved ones. However, this was only limited to the user’s stream of photographs on their personal Flickr accounts. But this has now been updated.

Now, the photo-sharing giant has expanded the range of photographs to include more than 50 million freely-licensed Creative Commons images, licensed artists images and a curated selection of breathtaking photographs from the NASA Goddard Space Flight Centre. These include gaseous galaxies in deep space, infrared solar flares and beautiful satellite images of the earth.

You can select the photos by browsing through different categories—animals, landscape, food, patterns, travel and more. The Gallery Canvas Wrap prints can be ordered for USD 29 (approx. Rs. 1790), instead of the previous amount of USD 49 (approx. Rs. 3025). And if you are interested in the Premium Photo Mount prints, they will be available for USD 49, instead of the pricier USD 59 (approx. Rs. 3645). All of this is printed using Fujicolor Crystal Archive Paper. Moreover, the prints can be ordered from anywhere in the world.

You can find the collection here: www.flickr.com/create/curatedcollection

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