But they’re already following you.
But they’re already following you.
Don’t tase me, Darwin.
Your mother was a hamster and your father smelt of elderberries. Via Flickr user Rifiröfi.
Meet Zev, also known as Fiddleoak. Through his self-portraits, he creates a wondrous and whimsical world that you’ll wish you lived in.
We’re bringing back this classic game for another round. Here is how to produce your first record in 4 easy steps.
Yahoo’s CEO discovers a cool new photo site.
“Happy weekend,” say these cats. “Have a good one, meow!”
Today has been declared Black Cat Appreciation Day, so let’s get to appreciatin’. Black cats are demonized by urban legend, but in real life they’re just super-pretty and extra-cute… I have proof!
Flickr is still the best place to discover amazing and historic images from library and historical society collections. If you’re a history buff, prepare to lose hours pouring through these accounts.
Last Friday, Flickr-an online photo album that users can upload and share pictures-celebrated their 8th anniversary. The site asked users to tweet out their very first upload photo and the turn out was impressive-even Obama decided to send out his first ever Flickr picture. Happy Birthday Flickr! (via blog.flickr.net)
There’s something undeniably magical about hot air balloons. From the floating head of Darth Vader to a balloon shaped like Mr. Peanut, there’s a hot air balloon in here for everyone. View List ›
Today’s essential Flickr set comes from Mitchloidolt. It’s all your favorite dudes from the Nintendo Entertainment System, looking pretty fucking swell. You should probably check out the whole collection. (Via Spacesick.) View List ›
An artist called Trustocorp has been putting up Banksy-esque urban art in the form of street signs around trendy neighborhoods in NYC, Miami and elsewhere. His Flickr page is not to be missed.
An amazing collection of high fives caught in mid jump on Flickr. View Image ›
Trapped in a Salvador Dali painting, are we? View Image ›
Rosie Hardy and Aaron Nace live 4,000 miles apart, but they’re always together in the pictures they take. [Editor’s Note: Which is kind of like the real thing, except more PhotoShoppy. Click through for more on their adorable story and their inexpensive, arty coping mechanism.] View Image ›
I have no idea what’s going on here, but it’s seriously creeping me out. …And making me hungry. View Image ›
They get it! The White House is now on Flickr and you can check out insanely hi-res images of the Prez and the rest of the gang just hanging out. View Image ›
This is where we keep all of the internet’s NSFW content. In London, of course. It’s safer there. View Image ›
Some Flickr Pool fun with iPhoto — whose facial recognition feature might need some work. You see, there are faces EVERYWHERE: from cookie dough to pants to elevator buttons. Maybe they should work with Faces in Places? View Image ›
An intrepid historian/photographer finds photos at the Library of Congress in Washington DC, prints them out then scouts out the location where the original photograph took place. He then holds up the vintage photo against the modern backdrop. View Image ›
No hard feelings, OK? Here’s cake with my resignation statement. In case you can’t make out the frosting script, it reads: “Dear Mr. Bowers, during the past three years, my tenure at the Hunters Point Naval Shipyard has been nothing short of pure excitement, joy and whim. However, I have decided to spend more time with my family and attend to health issues that have recently arisen. I am proud to have been part of such an outstanding team and I wish this organization only the finest in future endeavors. Please accept this cake as not notification that I am leaving my position with NWT on March 27. Sincerely, W. Neil Berrett.” View Image ›
Warning: Always bring enough money to use the toilets in Vietnam or you may never come home! That being said, I’m up for the challenge of beating three hours. I can hold out at least half a day. Bring it on, Culi Cafe. View Image ›
A clever feature by the team at Flickr that draws videos from groups of the same name and places them in order by the time of day at which they were shot.