Stock photos trying to look bleak are best thing on Twitter now

While stock photography has widely become synonymous with bland imagery marked by a stark disillusionment with reality, the internet has begun to gradually reclaim these once discarded images and mould them into high-quality meme culture material. Curated by video game journalist Andy Kelly, Dark Stock Photos is a hilarious Twitter account that mockingly celebrates the absurdity of stock imagery. Sourcing pictures from popular stock photography platforms like Shutterstock and iStock, the parody collection features numerous photos that tried to convey a bleak message too hard, but failed miserably in the process. While the Dark Stock Photos account covers a rather broad thematic range, one thing all these images have in…This story continues at The Next Web
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