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Adobe launches amazing clothing line inspired by... stock images?

19 Sep 16

Adobe has stepped into the fashion world with the launch of its own clothing line, taking inspiration from random stock photos.

The Adobe Stock Apparel collection include t shirts and sweatshirts covered classic stock images, as the company looks to promote their Adobe Stock Premium Collection.

It’s stock library will include 50 million photos, illustrations graphics and videos that can be used with Photoshop, Illustrator and other Creative Cloud apps.

According to the software company, the collection is a “tribute to what once was”, a trip back in time.

The line includes several classic stock images, such as “Man at desk frustrated with technology”, “Smiling seniors using laptop”, “Mature business man with boxing gloves fighting co-worker”, and “Laughing woman eating healthy vegetable salad”.

Check out our gallery below to see the Adobe Stock Apparel collection.

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