To me, found objects tell a different kind of narrative. While some stories naturally jump out and surprise, others lay dormant, patiently awaiting connection.


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Artist: -j.2u
Christ on a Shoestring (Found 1991, Assembled 2017)
Silver pendant on shoestring with steel wire and horseshoe nails on wood.
8 in x 14 in
Price: $175

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Artist: -j.2u
Not a Fan (Estimated 1936, Found 1984)
General Electric oscillating desktop fan, discovered 6-feet underground in Marin County, CA.
8 in x 7 in
Price: $325

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Artist: -j.2u
River Door (Found 2015)
Small steel utility door for an unknown function. Found in a river near Santa Cruz, CA
Mounted on wood with aged carpenter nails.
7.25 in x 4.5 in
Price: $75



Artist: -j.2u
Love, American-Style (Found 2016) SOLD

Enamel-coated heart pendant embossed with the flag of the United States on silver chain.
Found in grass outside Underhill Field in Maplewood, NJ.
Mounted on long-blade AstroTurf™ with silver nails.
1.25 in x 2.5 in
Price: $75, or returned to owner when identified

"Found objects are always powerful on their own and rarely need enhancement. I like how you kept it simple by only combining a minimum of elements."

— Richard Polsky; Official Authenticator for Andy Warhol, Jean-Michel Basquiat, and Keith Haring.