On the Saturday before Valentine’s Day, February 9th, 2013love letters fell out of the sky. HUNDREDS OF PEOPLE ARMED WITH MAPS AND A SENSE OF ADVENTURETOOK TO THE STREETS IN SAN FRANCISCO WITH ONE MISSION:TO COLLECT LOST LOVE LETTERS.

THE LOVE LETTERS: The love letters – and this event – were created for chapter one of LAMP, an album by Olga Nunes.One hundred love letters were written based on the real love letters of friends and strangers. They were placed in bottles, tied to balloons, and hidden around the San Francisco Mission district. one hundred love letters

HOW IT WORKED: Scanning the QR code oneach love letter... ...allowed adventurers to unlock those letters online.


THE LOST LETTER OUTPOSTS: Along the way, adventurers were directed to Lost Letter Outposts, which provided more information about the lost letters, and how to discover them.

Floating HQ Lost Letter Outpost Outpost of Initial Discovery Acquisitions & Restoration The Library of Lost Letters Recovered Artifacts Epilogue



Love letters down Valencia Street in San Francisco
More love letters down Valencia
The Society of Lost Letters Headquarters
Reading love letters in the Mission District
Balloons tied to parking meters
The Field Guide To Lost Letters
Taken by Alicia Avila
Taken by Alicia Avila
Taken by Alicia Avila
Love letters hidden in plain sight
Rows of love letters tied to balloons
Reading the love letters
Reading the love letters
Reading the love letters
Instructions from the Society of Lost Letters Headquarters
Official love letter business
In the office of Acquisitions & Restoration
Listening to Morty talk about letter restorationb
In the Library of Lost Letters
In the Library of Lost Letters
Reading the invisible ink In the Library of Lost Letters
The office of Recovered Artifacts
Listening to the gramophone
Listening to the gramophone