Where Credit Is Due

What follows is a list of all the images I’ve used for my blog posts. As a rule of thumb, if it looks fancy and photographer-y, it’s probably from Unsplash.com (which, in case you’re unfamiliar, is a great resource for high-resolution photos in the public domain, and just one more reason to love the Internet). Even though they provide the images on a “do whatever you want” policy, I’d like to give back by giving those artists the credit they deserve. If you find an error with the links, please let me know in a comment.

Blissfully Mediocre

Grant Snider of “Incidental Comics”

In Other News, Carrot Juice

No images used.

Films about Death

Columbia Pictures (Couldn’t find a source URL, though.)

A Lean- Well-Cited Page

Green Chameleon on Unsplash

Get a Grip

No images used.

Mixed Metaphors

No images used.

Portrait of a Late Bloomer

Patrick Tomasso on Unsplash

Don’t Need No Sense

Mick Wiggins Illustration

The Tomato of Relationships

Kawin Harasai on Unsplash


The British Library on Flickr

Some Kind of a Splash

Some public domain image I haven’t unearthed from the archives yet.

It Was the Pictures that Did It

The British Library on Flickr

Que Pena

Razvan Narcis Ticu on Unsplash

The Atrocity of Composition

Private photograph.

Things Grow Small

Private photograph.


Private photograph.

For All I Care

Private photograph.

Moany Prose

Private screenshot of an exercise on Duolingo.

Buoyant, Barely

No images used.

An Ode to João

Ministério da Cultura on Flickr

Food for Thought

No images used.

My Natural Idiom

Private photograph.

De Gustibus

Ander Burdain on Unsplash

Reign of the Table

Steve Halama on Unsplash

Born in Translation

No images used.

A Simple Truth

Rémi Walle on Unsplash

Goethe of the Gaps

Josh Applegate on Unsplash

Just Deserts

Alexander Trukhin on Unsplash

Old Acquaintance

Ville Palmu on Unsplash

Poetry of the Dangerous Classes

Silvestri Matteo on Unsplash

The Philosopher’s Plight

John Smybert on Wikimedia Commons

What Do Schools Do?

Roman Mager on Unsplash


Joshua Newton on Unsplash

Where Credit Is Due

frank mckenna on Unsplash

Is the Golden Age Real?

Kayle Kaupanger on Unsplash

BeenAroundAWhile on Wikipedia (en)

Conquering Dissent

paul morris on Unsplash

Brainwashed at Last

LSE Library on Flickr

Pick a Side

Obama White House on Flickr (dangling legs)

Obama White House on Flickr (rainbow)

Private screenshot of a tweet by @LukewSavage

Empty Signifiers

Private photograph.

A Lesson in Misanthropy

Adam Birkett on Unsplash (goggles)

Providence Doucet on Unsplash (leaves)

Polish Your Masculinity

ian dooley on Unsplash (rotated)

Places With Faces

Neuroforever on Wikipedia (en)

What Justice Has Come to

Gabriel Jimenez on Unsplash

The View: 24/12

Jeremy Kovac on Unsplash

The Saber and the Gun (upcoming)

israel palacio on Unsplash