Is This Your Luggage?: A Digital Lost and Found

Is This Your Luggage?: A Digital Lost and Found
Dan Gould
  • 13 april 2009

In a curious example of digital good samaritanism, an anonymous artist has created a website featuring photographs of his collection of lost luggage. It’s part voyeuristic art project, and part online lost-and-found. The maker of buys bags deemed “permanently lost” at airport charity auctions and catalogs the outside and content of the luggage. Hopefully this unusual pastime pays off for someone out there.

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