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Adobe Made A Clothing Line Using Stock Photos

Adobe Made A Clothing Line Using Stock Photos

Damn it feels good to be alive at this day and age. Described as “a limited-edition clothing line giving a salute to the most infamous stock images creatives love to hate,” Adobe linked up with advertising agency Abby Priest to release a clothing line using old, “awful” stock photos like “Laughing woman eating healthy vegetable salad” and “Firm handshake between business associates.” The campaign was made to introduce Adobe Stock, a stock imhiage site that uses sleek and pretty photos compared to the photos used for the clothing line.

But damn, these clothes look dapper AF. I would totally wear all of this.

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Look at this! It has ‘Hide Your Pain’ Harold. It’s beautiful. You don’t need to add a Supreme bogo to this one for me to line up and get it.

Check out the rest of the photos here, and judge for yourself.

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