We often pass by flyers, posters, or advertisements plastered on buildings and walls. However, despite how consistent, they are rarely regarded as being an important aspect of the history of their surroundings. Yet, as simple as they seem, they can be a remarkable example of the passing of time and consequently the change that occurs within certain areas.
Specifically, the rips, tears, tape and residue left astray both signify and amplify that something once intact has come undone from age, and is exchanged to make room for anew. This repeating process is also a representation of the various people over the years that have constantly hung, removed and viewed these articles of paper. Thus, this evidence that may seem insignifcant is a substantial contribution to the location in which it is placed.