Established in 1992, IDS began developing image management software that enabled digitally scanned images to be catalogued on a computer. Developed some years later, IDS PictureDesk – a content aggregation site which gives users instant access to images from professional…Read More
Position Summary: Sitting in the content team, this is an exciting, wide-ranging role working on various projects across all platforms with a focus on digital. You will be working closely with various teams in the UK, Europe, North America and…Read More
The British Library has made over 40,000 Early Modern Maps freely available online. Most of us do not, today, live in desperate need of maps. On the internet we can easily find not only the current maps we need to…Read More
Founded in London in 1990, the World Religions Photo Library is a major source for images of the world’s pre-eminent faiths: Christianity, Islam, Hinduism, Buddhism, Judaism and Sikhism. As well as people practising their chosen belief, the collection features places…Read More
The WFA collections document the history, religions, customs, art and architecture of the great civilizations and tribal societies of the world. Werner Forman’s life work was devoted to documenting in photographs the history, art, religion and customs of the great…Read More
UK’s leading stock image library specialising in photography of aquatic wildlife and environments. Their content is available to license editorially or commercially across all forms of media. Whether you are working on an educational textbook, designing a greetings card range…Read More
CEPIC – the Coordination of European Picture Agencies Stock, Press and Heritage image collections, recently announced the following: Facebook has launched an update to its Rights Management System to give rightsholders “more control” over claiming copyright of images found on…Read More
Stock travel images for commercial and editorial usage. Currently, the collection focuses on images from Asia but there has been some other countries that he has added to his collection in recent years.
Darby Sawchuk is a Canadian-born photographer who currently resides in Manchester, England. He has travelled to over 40 countries and is always adding more to the list. He creates stock for multiple agencies and is available for assignments.
His work has appeared in such publications as: Men's Journal, New York Magazine, Globetrotters Guides, Footprint Guides, Western Living Magazine, The Telegraph, Forbes Traveler, Country Explorers and more.
COLLECTIONS is a specialist picture library devoted to all things British. The geography, history, architecture, crafts and customs of the UK and Ireland
COLLECTIONS can take you to see the astoundingly varied landscapes, cities, towns, villages and buildings of the British Isles from pre-historic times to this very day, the people, the industries, events, customs and traditions - and almost everything else to be found in these unusually interesting islands.
Pictures of the British Isles with specialist collections on customs and folklore and an emphasis on the history and geography of Britain and Ireland.
CartoonStock is a searchable database of over 500,000 humorous and political cartoons, cartoon pictures and illustrations by more than 1000 of the world's top cartoonists, all available for instant licensing and download. Representing over 230 cartoonists including many greats published in Punch, New Yorker, etc. Based in the city of Bath in the west of England, CartoonStock was founded in early 1997 as a stock-house through which quality cartoonists could sell unpublished work, or work in which they had retained the copyright. We sell to large and small publishers, advertising, design and PR agencies and countless corporate purchasers and private individuals worldwide. As well as selling stock, they can also arrange the commissioning of artwork from almost all of their artists through their Hire an Artist service.