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Cubes. Stare at all the cubes they will spontaneously change direction.

Necker Cube. First published by Louis Albert Necker, 1832.

Courtesy of Creative Commons.

Creative Commons

Creative Commons is a very different kind of archive from the traditional libraries and exhibit cases you find elsewhere. This non-profit online resource enables the sharing and use of creativity and knowledge through free legal tools. So if you have created a work and want to share it, you can. If you are looking for materials and images held by archives and universities, this is the place to look. Both sides are protected by licences and copyright so the creator or owner receives credit and everyone benefits.

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If you truly treasure something the best way to show that love is to share it. The Keyhole Collection is dedicated to bringing artwork and artefacts to a new audience. We do this by sharing and collaborating. Working with museums, archives, organisations and stately homes we unearth the quirky and the curious. Images and objects which may have lain unloved and out of sight for centuries can be admired and appreciated again. The stories behind their creation seen through new eyes. The cards we produce celebrating the original work and the history behind it but with a fresh, colourful approach designed to appeal to everyone. So if you are curator or archivist and would like to bring your collection to life and attract new visitors please just get in touch. We also work with families and individuals who own special collections and would like to share these in memorable ways with friends and loved ones. Find out more about how we work and the organisations we work with.