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With PICRYL, we make already digitized public domain media from various sources easily accessible anywhere, anytime, on any device.
PICRYL is currently cashing 2.8M images and growing. PICRYL is blazing fast and built according to Google material design that makes it neat and ubiquitous.
Public domain images are free to use, so is PICRYL. We want PICRYL to become the Next Big Thing in public domain. We are sleeplessly updating PICRYL, bringing in new content, features and tools.
GetArchive was founded in the first half of 2015. We started out with three people, and today we’re a company of 10+ spread out across five different cities around the world. Our headquarters are in New Jersey, but everyone at GetArchive is free to live and work wherever they want.
The GetArchive’s founders founded companies that succeeded in video game development and online marketing.
GetArchive mission is to develop and support an open publishing platform, cloud storage, server API, a set of web and mobile applications for archives, libraries, museums and alike, so they can store, organize and digitally distribute media such as images, books, videos, sounds and connect with their members, sponsors, and general public.
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10 June 2016 – Historical Pictures: “The colonial past of the East: How India looked like at the end of the 19th century”
16 June 2016 – War History Online: “The first supersonic jet bomber: B-58 “Hustler”
25 June 2016 – Fear of Landing: “The first supersonic jet bomber”
5 July 2016 – History Buff: “Military mascots around the world”
21 July 2016 – Big Think: “Glorious Images from the First Space Age: The Balloon Age”
29 July 2016 – Big Think: “Moving, powerful posters from the women’s Suffrage movement”
5 August 2016 – Big Think: “How illustrators of the 1800s imagined the distant future — our present”
8 August 2016 – Ballet Insider: “Diaghilev’s “Les Saisons Russes”
12 August 2016 – Big Think: “53 stations of Tokaido road that inspired Van Gogh, Cézanne, and Monet”
14 August 2016 – Fear of Landing: “The most expensive plane in the world”
2 September 2016- War History Online: “Nautilus: World’s First Nuclear-Powered Submarine”
7 September 2016 – Big Think: “How Ancient Greece and Rome (But Definitely Not Britain) Inspired American Architecture”
11 September 2016 – Big Think: “A Tribute in Art: 15 Years On, Explore the Library of Congress’ 9/11 Image Collection”
28 September 2016 – Big Think: “The 9 Circles of Hell in Images: Dante’s “The Divine Comedy”