The Adobe Clothing Line won’t be available in South Africa, or anywhere for that matter
Last night the internet was a buzz when Adobe revealed its Adobe Clothing Line – which was basically a host of T-Shirts with bad stock photography on them. They’re kind of bloody awesome. Bad stock photography is pretty much standard. The images always look absolutely ridiculous. So much so that Dave Franco (hello, please marry me) and Vince Vaughn even took the piss out of business stock imagesa few months ago for a movie launch.
Anyway, the point is that the Adobe Clothing Line is all sorts of awesome and funny. However, the launch of the line was part of a direct marketing campaign Adobe was running to launch their new premium collection of stock images. Basically they were rewarding new sign ups with a T-shirt. Most websites said signing up for a free trial would guarantee you a shirt but unfortunately they were wrong.
Adobe told AdWeek that the shirts were available for select audiences only as part of a direct campaign and wouldn’t be available to the public. So the Adobe Clothing Line won’t be available in South Africa or anywhere – you’re going to have to hope you’re on that select audience list.
This seemed like a good Adobe Clothing Line T-Shirt to sum up my feelings on this:
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