Adobe Stock Apparel is a fake clothing line meant to highlight how bland and bizarre free-use images tend to be

If you've ever loved looking at the bizarre world of stock photography, you might consider the new Adobe Stock Apparel collection that puts your favorite awkward stock images on t-shirts and sweaters.

Released to celebrate the new Adobe Stock's Premium Collection, the photo-editing company designed a fake line of apparel that highlights some of the web's most mocked images, like the man frustrated with technology, businessmen boxing, women drawing a red line, and, perhaps the most famous, woman laughing while eating a salad. The goal of the fake collection, created with the help of Pfeiffer Consulting, is to highlight how worn out and bizarre the typical offerings are, and to promote the company's premium photo assets.

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