I found this on the sidewalk by the Nelson Atkins Art Museum. I can’t help but wonder what specifically is so strange about Midwestern people – it remains a mystery to me.
My friend found this slip of paper in the vents of his house in NE Portland, an apparent relic from its previous residents. On the front is a child playing with an adding machine. On the opposite side, a child has written “I will eat you.” This is what I imagine regarding its origin: the … Continued
I found this folded into a teeny, tiny square on the sidewalk. I picked it up and opened it. It is a timeless question.
Found this taped to a random tree deep in the heart of Brooklyn, where animal rights are held sacred. The Chipmunk has a beret and a pipe. Classic! He looks sad, maybe his pipe is empty. That’s heavy man.
Found under the desk in my classroom.
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 while hiking on my birthday this year. It was tucked carefully beneath a fallen tree on a little-used path which emptied into a clearing of wildflowers. The handwriting appears feminine, but to what or whom she says goodbye to is left to the imagination.
I finally got around to cleaning out my backpack for the summer and found this paper crammed underneath a million other loose papers and more than a few folders. I have no idea how it got in there, who wrote it, or who Avery is, but I can tell you right now, he sure is … Continued
Cute little drawing and note that I found at the city dumps.
This flash card was in a Marxist theory textbook that I bought online, secondhand. All the margins are full of cramped, tiny, illegible notes, and this fell out of the middle.