A few weeks ago, Kelly Mark was online, searching for some photos of a neon artwork she had made for a client, a shop in Seattle. She wasn’t happy with the images she had and hoped social media, with its appetite for ubiquitous documentation, might provide better.
It provided something else, though.
“I did a Google image search of ‘Kelly Mark’ and ‘neon,’” she said. “Fifty images came up right away. Immediately, I knew one of them wasn’t mine.” Read More