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Inspiration Gallery: Adobe’s Tribute To Stock Imagery

Inspiration Gallery: Adobe’s Tribute To Stock Imagery

Hi, everyone! I hope you’re feeling fine and look forward to upcoming weekend!

Probably each and every one of us often stumbles upon clichéd images when searching through stock imagery bases. A woman wearing a headset? A firm handshake between two men? Sounds familiar?

Yup, and that’s what advertising agency – Abby Priest –  used to create a campaign for the new and edgy Adobe Stock. Another service of royalty-free imagery, which will deliver those stock imagery right into your Adobe products. Every piece of garment in this special limited Adobe Stock clothing line features some notorious stock image.  Supposedly, it implies that Adobe Stock gives users an opportunity to say goodbye to outdated stock photography and instead provides only fresh and creative photos to stir up their creativity.

Well, I wonder about that, as I am yet to try this service. But in meantime let’s take a look at this funny and controversial look-book:

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This campaign teaches us there are no standard designs. Think outside the box and do not be afraid to try!



Posted on September 16, 2016

Category: Inspiration, Inspiration Gallery

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