June 27, 2016 / by shaun
Stock images have a bad reputation these days – being seen largely as vacuous, cringeworthily set up photos reserved for corporate presentations and meme creation. Adobe Stock, it seems, is doing something to remedy this problem with the launch of the new service, essentially a comprehensive collection of images suitable for all kinds of graphic designers.
Reproducing Rembrandt’s lost work has a form of purity to it, and to aspire so highly is surely to Adobe’s credit. It takes incredible creative skill to succeed to recreate such a piece, and for that Ankur Patar must be applauded. See the advert here: