The phoenix has risen from its own ashes on this Flickr Friday. Fire, lights, symbols, deep and warm colors, rebirth… your pictures were stunning! Thank you all for your amazing flaming photos.
#SaltAndPepper – It’s Friday and this our #FlickrFriday Theme. One does not go simply without the other, they are the Yin and Yang of cuisine, the black and white of taste. Those tiny grains and crystals on our table can inspire us everyday and also make us think about colors, black and white, a band in the 80’s and your Dad’s hair… Because salt and pepper rock!
Today Flickr is bringing the best photographers from around the world to your walls. You can now decorate your home, office, or dorm room with artwork from more than 50 million beautiful images.
Spanish photographer Berta Vicente mesmerized our 20under20 panel of judges for the way she uses the environment around her to create marvelous scenes that hearken back to painters from the Renaissance. Read this wonderful Q&A with the budding star.
You put our hair up for Twitter Tuesday ! We saw movements, colors, different hair sizes. It was kind of magic hair dance. Thank you for all your great contributions !
Hair, beautiful hair! It moves with your body, it follows your every movement and rhythm of your life. When your hair moves, it’s like a dance. It can be short, long, thin as air, dense with a lot of volume, curly or straight. Your hair is a part of you, so show it to us!
Just in time for the holidays, we are excited to expand our new Wall Art service to customers around the world. As of today, you can print your favorite photo on canvas or have it mounted and send it to anyone anywhere.
Our last theme in #FlickrFriday was #Electricity and you transported us through the magical side of darkness. Busy cities, the constant search of light, and […]
Our #TwitterTuesday theme for this week was #Dogs. Usually it’s tough to make our weekly selection but this time was certainly quite a challenge. You […]
Starting today, we’ll be posting excerpts every other Thursday from The Photographic Journal. Their engrossing interviews have captivated us for some time, and now we’re sharing them with you. First up, photographer Chloe Aftel, a fantastic artist and long-time Flickr member.