Ten strange items FOUND Magazine found in Colorado
FOUND Magazine, and the books it inspired, are exactly what they sound like, except more glorious and way more voyeuristic. Fans send in context-free notes, letters and photos created by strangers and discovered in classrooms, on street corners and spaces in between -- and our fair state fares swimmingly in the strangeness department. Below, we've collected a list of the ten best Colorado finds on FOUND's website.
As you read through the list, curated by FOUND creators Davy and Peter Rothbart, know this: The brothers are heading to Denver on October 24 to discuss a new book of personal essays, a new album and, of course, a new issue of FOUND. How many Colorado discoveries will make the cut?
It's the stationery, borrowed from a Keebler elf during his lunch break at the cookie factory, that really speaks sincerity. The author is clearly beside hims(elf). Number 9:
The only negative aspect of this amazing photo is that by November 1966, this baby was already cooler than I will ever become in my entire life. Page down to see more strange Colorado items found in FOUND Magazine.Next Page
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