I found this sticking to a traffic cone inside the University of Alaska Anchorage Campus Center. I’m assuming it’s a wet paint sign, but there was nothing being painted that I saw.
I found this by a computer in a college library. This seems like the inaccurate stereotype that people have about Arkansas.
Found this photo in the pages of a book in the Evergreen State College Library. It’s compelling, though I can’t put my finger on why. The singular event that launched my found photo obsession.
Found this in puddle beside my car in the parking lot at East Tennessee State University while leaving campus on a rainy afternoon in October.
Found it at San Diego State’s library. I was leaving to go to my next class, and I found this torn note.
I found this in an old photo album; the research I’ve done reveals that this is the skull and bones club of 1875. Enjoy!
This note was found on the steps of a building on a college campus. It was obvious that many people had walked on it and that it had also been folded neatly into a square. The odd thing is that the closest parking lot was a 10 minute walk away.
The Geography Department at the University of Victoria was moving to a new building across campus. I found this discarded on the floor in the old building.
I found this on the UNBSJ campus. It’s written on the back of an assignment about Thoreau’s “Walden” (which got a C).
My friend Kelly and I found this beaten up note by a tree on our campus.