Image-sharing website Flickr has opened up its new Wall Art service to customers all over the world, offering users everywhere the chance to print their images to professional standards, the company's blog reports.
Using museum-quality materials, the service offers prints mounted on wood-textured edges, in addition to artist-grade canvases on traditional 1.25-inch wooden frames.
The products are available in sizes ranging from 8×10 inches to 20×30 inches and feature pre-drilled holes or hinged hardware for hanging.
Customers can access the service, which was first unveiled in the US in October, from their Flickr accounts, creating art in just a few clicks using a new "Wall Art" icon located on their photo pages.
Prints can be ordered in landscape or portrait orientation, with options to change the size, zoom and reposition images.
Prints can be created at https://www.flickr.com/create