FOUND by Ed Huston in Tokyo, Japan
I found this in Tokyo while sitting at an internet station in Narita Airport. Someone will be taking a test … I think.
FOUND by Eric Dienstfrey in St. Louis, Missouri
I found this note under a bed in Barnes Jewish Hospital on the women and children’s floor. I was visiting my cousin who had his tonsils taken out. His younger brother starting crawling around the floor and playing with the random pieces of trash behind the trash can, like this.
FOUND by Peter Moyes
I am so glad to have come across your magazine. I thought I was pretty alone in my fascination with the odd things one comes across when one takes the time to look. I have a number of things to share, including a wide assortment of public art. There are at least two people downtown doing some odd things. I’ve found Tibetan runes (I think) inscribed in chalk on the sidewalk, oddly perched cigarette packs, and some pretty interesting telephone art. Here is one of my favorite notes.
FOUND by Alanna Spence in San Francisco, California
I found this note outside a school near San Francisco’s Civic Center. It’s a double-sided sheet of 8.5×11 paper written in no.2 pencil and it smells like elementary school. “What is it?” makes me believe this child has a fascination with the dichotomy of space paraphernalia and the mundane. I am fascinated at how the child has lovingly framed each illustration and has decided to place the label underneath each illustration instead of beside it. Clearly an out-of-the-box thinker and destined for greatness.