We've opened up our image vault, dusted off the cobwebs and sourced almost 170,000 images and maps from our collection for you to reuse, remix and repurpose in any way you choose.
So let your imagination take flight – dive into our digital image pool, select and download your photos, then create something new. Start with a vintage paper lantern, make a 19th-century papercraft dog, or be inspired by some of the other remixes you'll see here.
Don't use Instagram? No worries, you can share your #remixvic creations on Facebook, Twitter, Tumblr and Flickr.
You can also submit your photos of the Library on our #libraryvicpic page.
Explore our digital image pool
We have almost 200,000 pictures in our image pool, out of copyright or available to be used. So dive in and get creative – remix, reuse and share the results.
Please acknowledge State Library Victoria, our url (www.slv.vic.gov.au), the title and the original creator of the work. Note that we don't endorse any derogatory use of our images.
Delve into our blogs and research guides to start remixing, and find inspiration for your next remix project.
Gracia & Louise on making artists’ books
Paper artists Gracia & Louise tell us about their work.
Make a 19th-century dog
Make your own pooch modelled on a dog featured in works by ST Gill, the subject of our winter 2015 exhibition.
Read our research guides on subjects from arts to history, images to maps.
Get crafty with our collection
Learn how to make paper lanterns using images from our digital image pool.
Creative Fellows gallery
Browse our gallery to see what our Creative Fellows have been up to!