Although many of the artists whose work I use here don’t ask for credit (because the Unsplash License allows commercial use without attribution), I wanted to draw attention to the great work they produce.
Here are links to where they made their works available for use, and usually you can find a link there for getting in touch with them to work with them beyond the pieces they’ve made available for free.
The header photo is a detail of a desert photo by Jeremy Bishop. If you are looking for dark, crisp photos of sand or water, check him out. https://unsplash.com/photos/grayscale-photo-of-desert-8xznAGy4HcY
If you’re looking for desktop clutter photos featuring organic materials like wood and paper, check out the Estee Janssens collection. https://unsplash.com/photos/white-ceramic-mug-with-coffee-on-top-of-a-planner-aQfhbxailCs
The video call picture is by Chris Monty and you can find it at https://unsplash.com/photos/macbook-pro-displaying-group-of-people-smgTvepind4. While you’re there, check out his picture from the bird’s eye view of a person walking in the desert.
The picture of the stack of books on a wooden table is by Rain Bennet, here https://unsplash.com/photos/a-book-sitting-on-top-of-a-wooden-table-next-to-a-laptop-7Nir5-XIRVM. Seems he’s an Emmy nominated filmmaker. I’m going to check out his books.
The multi-coloured bookcase picture is by Maxence Pira. Find it here https://unsplash.com/photos/yellow-blue-pink-and-red-wooden-windows-dTXGbrcE5Ks. He has a few other colour-patterned photos you might like.