I found this in a parking lot on my way to work.
I had to send a fax, and found this on the fax machine. I would like to imagine he faxed it into a prayer hotline and that it was read aloud on the air. I can’t imagine why else you would fax a prayer, unless you had a direct line to heaven.
I found this tithe envelope in a hymnal while attending my little sister’s Christmas concert a couple years ago. I’ve held onto it ever since because I love the youthful stream of consciousness and the memories of daydreaming in church.
This was folded, taped and addressed to Matthew. We think it might be from a church camp gathering. I love the choice of note paper.
I found these two drawings on a desk in my junior year physics class. Presumably completed by someone in the class before mine, they are fairly well done, concise and clearly telling a story. The first illustrates the often-accepted benefits of religion while the second captures a darker situation, that of the army and fighting. … Continued
This was sopping wet in the alley behind my home. Dried it out and flattened it for scanning. This can be read on too many levels: a failed job application intelligence test / Freudian positioning of balls-and-bats / boys offering questions and solutions but the girl only a blank question mark / etc.
I found this a while back in the parking lot of a Lowe’s Home Improvement warehouse.
Found this on the steps of my school just outside the religious studies block. I’m not sure if ‘Jamal’ was paying attention to the lesson.
I found this while hiking a popular trail. We were hiking to the top for a full moon rise in April of last year.
I found this piece of paper in the street while waiting for my dog to poop in the neighbor’s yard on 19th and California St.