Obsolete press is about the physical experience of reading, and conveying ideas that require more than 140 characters.
Despite all of the great advantages of digital media, books represent a kind of autonomy that will never be available in digital media. No internet connection or battery charging is necessary. In addition, research shows that people who read paper retain information better than those who read on a screen. The physical act of holding a book and turning pages is a tactile experience that adds to reading, and limited editions or signed copies retain a sort of magic, a physical connection to the writer, artist or printer that can never be duplicated in the digital realm.