I work in a school at the moment and happen across lots of paper. Most of it is likely assignments that were never turned in (or competed). They could be random notes passed in class or whatever.
But, some of it is genuine origami!
I will share with you some pictures:
|"Crab Man The Bug"|
|This was not actually found, but folded by a student. They learned it from a friend back when they were going to a different school.|
|This is a classic from when I was in school. It is modular, taking eight sheets. This is doughnut mode.|
|And this is shuriken mode! Betcha didn't know doughnuts were so dangerous.|
|This was found on a locker along with several notes. Often when it is a student's birthday, their friends will cover their locker with various things.|
|Okay, so this is not, strictly speaking, origami. It is instead kirigami. And it is not spontaneous, but was an assignment for art class. Whatever, I still want to give praise for paper arts in the school.|
[All photos taken by me of miscellaneous sightings folded by anonymous students.]