FOUND by Andrew inside a teen-fiction library book
I worked for a small town public library which provided a great source for lost materials as patrons seemed to use anything nearby as a handy bookmark. Oftentimes, we’d try to reunited these misplaced items with their owners, but it wasn’t always possible. This was one such item that caught my eye. I doubt the drawing had intended to be related to the poem, but after re-reading the painful words, I found some kind of resonation between the two.
I found this tacked to a corkboard in a random university building. It is by far the strangest pony I have ever seen. No face, two legs and a torso that looks like a deformed squash? This pony has some problems.
Whilst on a trip around a toy museum, I found this. Evidently it’s a drawing of a possible toy design, one which would make the inventor millions, as it is pure genius. Scruffy has become something of a legend to my friends.
I found this photo in 1977 in San Francisco when I was an art school dropout trying to scrape by. I loved the photo from the get go and have had it ever since. In fact it has been in a frame on my wall for many years and now I pass it on.