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Any Flickr color you want!

A very useful tool which I stumbled upon. It is called Flickr Color Selectr and allows the user to find photos by their colour schemes. All images that flickr finds for your specifically chosen colour are licensed under Creative Commons, making them (mostly) freely available for re-use. Further, one can rate the image. This tool can be very handy for web designers or any kind of creative work and the colour search results are astoundingly accurate.

Pic by RobbieTV

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  1. Blogger Kate | Thursday, October 19, 2006 12:19:00 pm |  

    I found this tool about two weeks ago, using Stumble, and its simply wonderful. Even though I'm not currently designing much, this has me so excited by the possibilites!

  2. Blogger Sheetal | Thursday, October 19, 2006 2:38:00 pm |  

    I love the way you find all these cool features on various sites... thanks for sharing them with us!


  3. Blogger Gregor | Thursday, October 19, 2006 3:24:00 pm |  

    wish i could get paid to become a professional surfer :)

  4. Blogger Gregor | Friday, October 20, 2006 7:58:00 pm |  

    hi kate and sheets, it is truly a great feature. I can just spend hours matching colours and images...really cool!