Bill Domonkos resurrects old photos and turns them into trippy GIFs.
Some selects from the most exciting space missions in U.S. history.
The case could still end up setting precedent if license holders sue to get their money back.
You know the one.
NASA just released a book of old designs on its website for free.
"Into the River" has been banned because of its depiction of drug use and underage sex. But author Ted Dawe feels it's a worrying example of the power of the country's conservative agenda.
A British hustler named William Hope used pre-photoshop editing techniques to create ghastly ghost photos that people believed were very real in the early 1900s.
Flickr now allows photos to be posted without any copyright restrictions.
And what happens when photos from space can't be used by the public?
An inside look at the royalty-free video marketplace Pond5's 80,000 public domain videos, images, and more—available to artists for free—on the Public Domain Project.
The Public Domain Review collates out-of-copyright works online, providing the world with an accessible alley to explore how some of the most interesting and formative parts of our culture existed centuries before Tumblr and Spotify were ever dreamed...