I found this testament to absolute honesty blowing down the sidewalk.
Found on sidewalk.
I found this in a used book of Psalms that I picked up at a thrift store. It was wedged between the pages for Psalm– Morning Prayer for Divine Help.
I found this in a scrapbook consigned to me for on-line sale. There were a few other similar sketches, none as provocative as this one. From the book, it’s a middle school girl who executed it.
My former boss’s mother died. Along with some other possessions of hers he donated boxes of her painting materials that I helped myself to. Among the chewed paint tubes, leaves of paper and stuff that I rummaged through I happened to find these odd photographs; I suppose the artist was using them for reference.
I found this outside a 4th grade classroom. I dig the front and end exclamation points.
Found early one morning on the roadside.
I found this post card many years ago outside of a hotel I was staying in.
I found this in a copy of Raise High the Roofbeam, Carpenters and Seymour an Introduction by J.D. Salinger.
Found this while poking around an abandoned motel off of US 19 just south of Perry, Florida. It was in a room filled chest-high with crap like old Parade magazines with Joe Pesci on the cover, rusted cans and rotting, puka shell chandeliers (I kid you not).