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.
My roommate found this in our mailbox right before Christmas. Apparently, there is a total nutjob in our neighborhood. The hand drawn map is the best thing … check out the continent of “Lesbians.” Wow.
I found this on a table in the student union at my college. I wasn’t eating pasta, but it sure made me want some. On the back is a graph showing the decilne of pirates and the increase of incliment weather. Still tasty though.