Digital Decay by Claire L. Evans. This quote is taken from Douglas Davis' essay, "The Work of Art in the Age of Digital Reproduction," which argues (in part) that unlike analogue signals, which are like waves crashing upon a beach and losing clarity with every ebb of the tide, digital bits "can be endlessly reproduced, without degradation, always the same, always perfect."
paris metro posters / "my natural fascination with collage turned into a photo series of the torn metro posters. The posters are expressions of communal art. The original imagery was highly designed for alternate purposes, yet the daily travel of people and their mischievous act of pulling a loose corner, combine to produce over time some amazing images." via Senongo