Corbis has announced the Creative Boutique site. The company says that the Creative Boutique will showcase Corbis’ best imagery, reveal helpful search tips, offer wallpaper for free download and provide helpful insight, including Corbis’ latest Creative Keywords and informational articles. It will also be the home of Creative IQ Trends, a newly launched series of downloadable reports produced by the company’s global Creative Intelligence Group that detail the emerging cultural trends responsible for current and future visual needs.

To be updated every few weeks, the Creative Boutique is accessible from the Corbis homepage and makes it faster, easier and simpler for creative professionals to explore the renowned Corbis collections.

A New Collections section will profile the latest additions to Corbis, including Artkey, a collection of Asian fine art featuring work by famous artists Qi Baishi and Liu Guosong that captures the essence of Chinese culture from traditional to contemporary work. Grand Tour, which contains contemporary images of worldwide destinations. Studio Eye is described as "a mouth-watering imagery menu of Japanese cuisine that is clean, colorful and culinary". The Hoberman Collection, which features wildlife images from two world-renowned photographers – Gerald and Marc Hoberman.

A New Work section will feature the latest images recently added to the Corbis archive, as selected by Corbis’ experienced Directors of Photography, while a Best Of section will showcase collections exclusive to Corbis, with the first spotlight on the celebrated Bettmann Archive, one of the world’s largest collections of historical photographic images.

Corbis is also launching Creative IQ Trends, a new series of reports to be released monthly on emerging cultural trends responsible for current and projected visual needs. The reports cover global, cross-cultural trends as well as regional trends.

The proprietary research is a result of an extensive review of thousands of top-selling Corbis images and commercial and editorial tear sheets coupled with analysis of the latest demographic and psychographic research..

September's Creative IQ Trends include Global Greening, Generational Re-Connect, and Millennial Development.