In this contemporary moment, society has become Post-Internet, where the Jpeg image has become increasingly plastic through its continual circulation and re-appropriation on the web. Today the Jpeg image is something greater than the sum of its parts. Taken out of circulation and repurposed, it is ascribed with new value and meaning. (Olsen 1). This continual repurposing pushes the image to the verge of the ‘sublime’, where its originality is no longer in question and its authorship is ubiquitous (PI 3/ Lost 2). As the antiquated concepts of the author and origin fade, the Jpeg image becomes a plastic object with endless endpoints and artistic possibilities. Through social networking sites, image banks, and open forums the Jpeg image will be ‘less of a thing than the trace of a movement’ (Barthes).