What makes us who we are? How do we distinguish ourselves from others? These questions regarding identity have bothered me all the time. We are different in the clothes we wear, the way we talk, and the objects we possess. However, identity is beyond that. It is an intricate web woven from the experiences we’ve had, the choices we’ve made, and the lifestyle we are living. Presented in a book, the first part of the project is an investigation transforming identity into a physical presence. Several participants selected three objects that they thought best reflected their identity, interests, and personality. Following interviews with each object-owner on their objects, observations from others on the same objects were gathered revealing the differences between self reflection and objective observation. Besides the physical forms of objects, how do we find ourselves? The second part of the project consists of an animation on a self-reflection poem, The Lost and Found. Portrayed in illustration, a protagonist confronts different kinds of emotional struggles during the process of self realization. A series of these animations are collected to create a website which offers the site-users a variety of protagonists to explore, each of whom has different experiences and feelings about their life struggles. The online platform, a shared space that creates a variety of paths for communication, outlines an expansive picture of what one can eventually find as one wakes up to who they truly are.