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This Woman Turned 12 Years Of Lost Notes Into An Art Exhibition

By Margot Harris

Some of us are collectors. We were those kids who picked up shiny objects off the sidewalk and tried to bring home garbage (to the chagrin of our parents). Even now, we struggle not to hoard anything cool we happen to stumble upon on our various adventures.  

One woman, however, turned her proclivity for collecting into a beautiful project.  

Laura Sullivan from Sydney, Australia collects notes — any notes she finds on sidewalks, in streets, in subways, etc.

It all began back in 2005 when she found a sticky note on the floor of a supermarket. The note read: "BBQ chicken, mango, chestnuts, muffins, rice…". On the opposite side, it read: "Andrew - appt drug and alcohol counselling, 1st Feb."