You may dig into what technically makes a good photo, image, or illustration here but to get to the point. We want to push the boundaries of what people believe to be stock art. If it invokes thought, or is just well rendered/captured, we want it. This artwork may be created with a camera, paint, ink, scans, pencil, or software. No matter how it's created it must be powerful, or... useful. On the other end of the spectrum, a bike isolated on white is not, per say, jaw dropping art. However, we can see the potential for sales, and that's a must have in this business. What we've learned over the years is you never know who the customer is, what problem they might be addressing, or who the intended audience may be. Artists, you're empowered through us, and validated through your sales. Break the mold!