Let's face it — while absurd memes and deep fry might give them a good run for their money, the closest thing that the internet has to modern art is stock photos. The mind-boggling creativity that goes into many of these images is brought to another level by the fact they are often completely out of context. It's questionable who is likely to need some of them, but that only makes them more precious as meme fodder.
The cherry on the cake is their omnipresent watermark, reminding us that these are the kind of goods that someone, somewhere, presumably pays top dollar to own in high quality. Money wasting idea for billionaires: stop shooting yourselves into space and buy up all these delightfully bizarre works, curating the world's first stock photo art gallery.