20 August 2012
A set of images from Krissy Wilson's wonderful blog, The Art of Google Books: "The diverse, startling adversaria of Google Books merits examination and exhibition. The aim of this project is twofold; to recognize book digitization as rephotography, and to value the signs of use that accompany digitized texts as worthy of documentation and study."
First up, cat footprints from p.170 of Francis Roberts, Clavis Bibliorum: The Key of the Bible (1675). Original from Princeton University. Digitized August 12, 2008.