Free placeholder images for web or print design mockups

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Miriam Schwab
Miriam SchwabHunter@miriamschwab · Founder & CEO, Strattic
When designing it can be hard to fill in the spots that need photos, in terms of what the image's topic should be, and its size. This site helps with that by providing images of any size, in various topics, and color or gray scale.
Felix H.
Felix H.Maker@discoebbe · CEO of felixholler.com + lorempixel.com
@miriamschwab nice to know that you like my tool @lorempixel. We are working on a complete new version with more features... so follow us and don't miss the launch ;-)
Miriam Schwab
Miriam SchwabHunter@miriamschwab · Founder & CEO, Strattic
@discoebbe Yup, I like it - it's very handy! Looking forward to the new version of @lorempixel.
Ryan Hoover
Ryan HooverPro@rrhoover · Founder, Product Hunt
Although it may be less useful, I prefer Fill Murray. ;)
Juan Sarmiento
Juan Sarmiento@juanpablosarmi · Founder: bypeople,iconshock,designshock
@rrhoover That's one I didn't know about! Admit it, you're just into it for the actor's photos. But seriously, it seems a bit cleaner at first glance, I'll give that one a go.
Miriam Schwab
Miriam SchwabHunter@miriamschwab · Founder & CEO, Strattic
@rrhoover That is the best placeholder generator ever. I love the description: "The internet was missing the ability to provide custom-sized placeholder images of Bill Murray. Now it can." Oh yes. Now it can.
Max Kirchoff
Max Kirchoff@maxisnow · Dev Director, The Bold Italic
Was just using these yesterday. Incredibly helpful, though I agree with @rrhoover that Fill Murray is great. Place Kitten is also excellent.
Dan Leveille
Dan Leveille@danlev · Product Marketing, DeviantArt
Cool idea, but you get a lot of awkward/strange images, which would be awkward when showing a client.