Found on a high school campus; looks like an essay. We liked the use of caps lock for RACISM and thought that the author was innovative and surprisingly eloquent in his ideas…. cool.
This was found on the city information sign outside of the Malt Shop downtown. The death may have been induced by seafood allergies, pincers of mass destruction, or a severe case of lobsterusphobius resulting in heart failure.
I found this photograph on the street on my way home. They look like father and son, don’t they? I wonder why someone would throw this away??
I found these in an alley in the University District. I hope that finding them torn out in an alley means that the author has moved on from this chapter of her life
I found this outside my daughter’s elementary school. It looks suspiciously like an adult has helped Alexa put this apology together. I wonder what she said and what provoked her to say it in the first place?
I found this note while leaving class one day.
Found on the ground in the parking lot at work.
I was in the library writing a biology lab report when I noticed this poem… I’m a biology nerd, but I’ve never resorted to expressing my love for mitosis in verse.
I found this on the ground outside the Ballard Library. I think Papa has a hard time keeping a job and a good attitude. I wonder why someone calling herself mama has handwriting like a junior high kid?
Inspired by FOUND’s recent visit to Seattle, I went to a nearby middle school to do my own hunt. I found many random notes but this one was my favorite.