FOUND by Steve at Valdosta State University, Valdosta, Georgia
This artistic gem was discovered abandoned in a classroom. It appears to be preliminary drawing of a cover for an album titled, “Money Made Bitch.” The artwork is superb; it either features A) a man flying through the are while his legs disintegrate into dollar bills; or, B) a man lying down shooting dollar bills out his ass. A bystander stands behind this dollar bill man and cheers him on with a hearty, “Yeaaa!!”
Despite the effort put into the album’s cover, the music itself appears more preliminary. Thus far, only one track is certain, and will bat lead-off on Money Made Bitch. I’m sure this song, titled “Flexcard Flexxin’” is bound to be a delightful ditty. [Note: "flex cards" are used by students to purchase meals on campus]
I found this on the curb behind a house whose contents were being liquidated after the owner’s death. This color xerox, sloppily scissored and pasted onto a plain white sheet of paper, then tagged with a pre-printed caption, seemed like such a mix of forethought and complete carelessness I had to wonder who made it, for what purpose, and just how “proud” they really were. I scoured the sale for any other signs of these two award winners, but found none.
This was found inside a book in a book store. I don’t remember which book it was specifically, but it was a very old. This seems to be a menu someone who chose their meal from. It could be from a hospital maybe? The person, who I guess can go by the name of Chaunell, chose the cheddar cheese squares, buttered noodles, toast and pureed peaches. I like how they underlined milk and added in Sanka.
This was found in a book at a thrift store. It was in a book where you put images from your home over time. The book was dated from the 1980s. These were the only three images pasted in on the front page. It said “Before” and “After” written on the page of the book near the polaroids.