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Creator: John Seubert
Side Table/Entry Table with Six Drawers, Created From Salvaged Wood Parts
By John Seubert
Located in Chicago, IL
Made from found and reclaimed wood, each of John Seubert's tables are unique and meticulously crafted. He calls them Crash Tables because they are a collision of parts created from t...
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2010s American Modern John Seubert Furniture

Materials

Reclaimed Wood, Paint

Table/Pedestal, Found Wood & Materials, Painted
By John Seubert
Located in Chicago, IL
Made from found and reclaimed wood, each of John Seubert's Crash Tables are unique and meticulously crafted. He calls them Crash Tables because they are a collision of parts created from table legs, stair railings, chair backs, etc. which are mitered together to form a solid construction. Once assembled, the table is painted and then distressed to give it an antiqued appearance. Created from salvaged and recycled materials, this pedestal table represents the utmost in sustainable design. John Seubert Simple Black Crash Table found objects 34H x 19W x 20D in 86.36H x 48.26W x 50.80D cm JSE047.   In the early Nineties, John Seubert was living in a former hotel in a high-rise building on St. James Place in Chicago. The apartment was tiny, as hotel rooms tend to be, and clad with paper-thin walls allowing sound to pass from one apartment to the other. At the time, John’s artwork consisted of pounding copper sheets into tables which was a noisy endeavor to say the least. Following several noise complaints from the neighbors, John had a dream that he was living in a ramshackle house but with plenty of room to work and no attached neighbors. The following day after lunching at the McDonalds in Lincoln Park, John wandered the neighborhood a came upon a shabby, falling-down old Victorian house. He located the real estate agent...
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2010s American Modern John Seubert Furniture

Materials

Reclaimed Wood, Paint

Tall Side-Table or Artwork Pedestal, Found Wood and Various Materials, Painted
By John Seubert
Located in Chicago, IL
Made from found and reclaimed wood, each of John Seubert's Crash Tables are unique and meticulously crafted. He calls them Crash Tables because they are a collision of parts created from table legs, stair railings, chair backs, etc. which are mitered together to form a solid construction. Once assembled, the table is painted and then distressed to give it an antiqued appearance. Created from salvaged and recycled materials, this pedestal table represents the utmost in sustainable design. "Less Talk, More Work" is painted with a blue grey paint and also boast four drawers painted in white paint. Each drawer's antique library storage finger pull is adorned with the words stamped on metal: Less, Talk, More, Work. John Seubert Less Talk, More Work found objects Measures: 45.50 H x 20 W x 20 D in 115.57 H x 50.80 W x 50.80 D cm JSE028 In the early Nineties, John Seubert was living in a former hotel in a high-rise building on St. James Place in Chicago. The apartment was tiny, as hotel rooms tend to be, and clad with paper-thin walls allowing sound to pass from one apartment to the other. At the time, John’s artwork consisted of pounding copper sheets into tables which was a noisy endeavor to say the least. Following several noise complaints from the neighbors, John had a dream that he was living in a ramshackle house but with plenty of room to work and no attached neighbors. The following day after lunching at the McDonalds in Lincoln Park, John wandered the neighborhood a came upon a shabby, falling-down old Victorian house. He located the real estate agent...
Category

2010s American Modern John Seubert Furniture

Materials

Reclaimed Wood, Paint

Clown Town, Found Object Table/Pedestal, Found Wood, Various Materials, Painted
By John Seubert
Located in Chicago, IL
Made from found and reclaimed wood, each of John Seubert's crash tables are unique and meticulously crafted. He calls them crash tables because they are a collision of parts created from table legs, stair railings, chair backs, etc. which are mitered together to form a solid construction. Once assembled, the table is painted and then distressed to give it an antiqued appearance. Created from salvaged and recycled materials, this pedestal table represents the utmost in sustainable design. "Clown Town" is painted with a metallic silver paint and also boast three drawers painted in a contrasting gold paint. John Seubert Clown town crash table found objects Measures: 39.50 H x 15 W x 16 D in 100.33 H x 38.10 W x 40.64 D cm JSE029 In the early Nineties, John Seubert was living in a former hotel in a high-rise building on St. James Place in Chicago. The apartment was tiny, as hotel rooms tend to be, and clad with paper-thin walls allowing sound to pass from one apartment to the other. At the time, John’s artwork consisted of pounding copper sheets into tables which was a noisy endeavor to say the least. Following several noise complaints from the neighbors, John had a dream that he was living in a ramshackle house but with plenty of room to work and no attached neighbors. The following day after lunching at the McDonalds in Lincoln Park, John wandered the neighborhood a came upon a shabby, falling-down old Victorian house. He located the real estate agent...
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2010s American Modern John Seubert Furniture

Materials

Reclaimed Wood, Paint

Dali as an Idol, Sculptural Construction W / Mirror, Painting and Found Objects
By John Seubert
Located in Chicago, IL
Self-taught artist John Seubert, AKA John Dolly, uses objects he uncovers as he rehabs older homes in Chicago. This piece is constructed with a small framed mirror...
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2010s American Modern John Seubert Furniture

Materials

Reclaimed Wood, Paint

Boys and Toys (U R A Fat Queen) - Painting & Vanity Mirror, Objet D'art
By John Seubert
Located in Chicago, IL
Self-taught artist John Seubert, AKA John Dolly, repurposes objects he uncovers as he rehabs older homes in Chicago. Here, a framed mirror is attached to the back of a multi object c...
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2010s American Modern John Seubert Furniture

Materials

Mirror, Reclaimed Wood, Paint

Don't You Dare - Multi-Panel Folding Door Painting, Objet D'art
By John Seubert
Located in Chicago, IL
Self-taught artist John Seubert, AKA John Dolly, repurposes objects he uncovers as he rehabs older homes in Chicago. Here, multiple paintings depicting doors are hinged together with...
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2010s American Modern John Seubert Furniture

Materials

Reclaimed Wood, Paint

Reality Was Just Too Much Baggage - Painting & Vanity Mirror, Objet D'art
By John Seubert
Located in Chicago, IL
Self-taught artist John Seubert, AKA John Dolly, repurposes objects he uncovers as he rehabs older homes in Chicago. Here, a framed mirror is hinged to the back of a small abstract p...
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2010s American Modern John Seubert Furniture

Materials

Mirror, Paint, Reclaimed Wood

Dutch Interior, Based on Miro - Vanity Mirror & Painting, Objet D'art
By John Seubert
Located in Chicago, IL
Self-taught artist John Seubert, AKA John Dolly, repurposes objects he uncovers as he rehabs older homes in Chicago. This piece, based on a series of paintings by famed artist Joan M...
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Early 2000s American Modern John Seubert Furniture

Materials

Mirror, Paint, Reclaimed Wood

Tell Me That You Love Me, Objet d'Art Box with Opening Door and Small Portraits
By John Seubert
Located in Chicago, IL
Self-taught artist John Seubert, AKA John Dolly, repurposes objects he uncovers as he rehabs older homes in Chicago. This piece, with it's titled "Tell Me That You Love Me" embossed ...
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2010s American Modern John Seubert Furniture

Materials

Reclaimed Wood, Paint

I Need a Boy-Toy, Vanity Mirror, Mixed Media Objet D'art
By John Seubert
Located in Chicago, IL
Self-taught artist John Seubert, AKA John Dolly, uses objects he uncovers as he rehabs older homes in Chicago. This piece has two frames that are hinged together. A mirror adorns the outside. When opened, the right panel has a primitive figure painting while the left has a metal plaque with the phrase "I Need a Boy Toy" stamped into it. When closed, the back panel is stamped with "Like I Need a Refrigerator" and signed. John Seubert I Need a Boy-Toy (Like I Need a Refrigerator) mixed media 12.50h x 8.50w x 1.50d in 31.75h x 21.59w x 3.81d cm JSE074 In the early Nineties, John Seubert was living in a former hotel in a high-rise building on St. James Place in Chicago. The apartment was tiny, as hotel rooms tend to be, and clad with paper-thin walls allowing sound to pass from one apartment to the other. At the time, John’s artwork consisted of pounding copper sheets into tables which was a noisy endeavor to say the least. Following several noise complaints from the neighbors, John had a dream that he was living in a ramshackle house but with plenty of room to work and no attached neighbors. The following day after lunching at the McDonalds in Lincoln Park, John wandered the neighborhood a came upon a shabby, falling-down old Victorian house. He located the real estate agent, put in an offer, and weeks later was pushing a shopping cart full of his belongings to his new home. This 144-year-old Painted Lady provided a blank canvas for this inimitable artist. For many years the house remained so empty that John was able to ride his Japanese fold up bike throughout the 1st floor. “Some people want to have sex...
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Early 2000s American Modern John Seubert Furniture

Materials

Reclaimed Wood, Paint, Mirror

Fountain of Lies, Objet d'Art with Painting and Found Objects
By John Seubert
Located in Chicago, IL
Self-taught artist John Seubert, AKA John Dolly, uses objects he uncovers as he rehabs older homes in Chicago. This piece has a figurative painting mounted as a shrine then set upon a corinthian capital and a granite stand. A metal plaque at the top as well as at the bottom give the piece it's title 'The Fountain on Lies". John Seubert The Fountain of LIes mixed media Measures: 22.50h x 13.50w x 4d in 57.15h x 34.29w x 10.16d cm JSE069 In the early Nineties, John Seubert was living in a former hotel in a high-rise building on St. James Place in Chicago. The apartment was tiny, as hotel rooms tend to be, and clad with paper-thin walls allowing sound to pass from one apartment to the other. At the time, John’s artwork consisted of pounding copper sheets into tables which was a noisy endeavor to say the least. Following several noise complaints from the neighbors, John had a dream that he was living in a ramshackle house but with plenty of room to work and no attached neighbors. The following day after lunching at the McDonalds in Lincoln Park, John wandered the neighborhood a came upon a shabby, falling-down old Victorian house. He located the real estate agent, put in an offer, and weeks later was pushing a shopping cart full of his belongings to his new home. This 144-year-old Painted Lady provided a blank canvas for this inimitable artist. For many years the house remained so empty that John was able to ride his Japanese fold up bike throughout the 1st floor. “Some people want to have sex...
Category

Early 2000s American Modern John Seubert Furniture

Materials

Paint, Reclaimed Wood

The Closet, Vanity Mirror Objet d'Art Box with Opening Door and Small Portraits
By John Seubert
Located in Chicago, IL
Self-taught artist John Seubert, AKA John Dolly, uses objects he uncovers as he rehabs older homes in Chicago. This "closet" has a painted front panel. When opened a small mirror adorns ones side with the message - "Waiting" "Watching" and "Anticipating" on metal plaques. The interior of the closet is embellished with small portraits affixed onto a gold backdrop. The piece is mounted to a rectangular granite base. John Seubert The Closet, 2014 mixed media 15h x 9.50w x 4.50d in 38.10h x 24.13w x 11.43d cm JSE073 In the early Nineties, John Seubert was living in a former hotel in a high-rise building on St. James Place in Chicago. The apartment was tiny, as hotel rooms tend to be, and clad with paper-thin walls allowing sound to pass from one apartment to the other. At the time, John’s artwork consisted of pounding copper sheets into tables which was a noisy endeavor to say the least. Following several noise complaints from the neighbors, John had a dream that he was living in a ramshackle house but with plenty of room to work and no attached neighbors. The following day after lunching at the McDonalds in Lincoln Park, John wandered the neighborhood a came upon a shabby, falling-down old Victorian house. He located the real estate agent, put in an offer, and weeks later was pushing a shopping cart full of his belongings to his new home. This 144-year-old Painted Lady provided a blank canvas for this inimitable artist. For many years the house remained so empty that John was able to ride his Japanese fold up bike throughout the 1st floor. “Some people want to have sex...
Category

2010s American Modern John Seubert Furniture

Materials

Mirror, Reclaimed Wood, Paint

Vanity Mirror Sculptural Construction w/ Paintings and Found Objects
By John Seubert
Located in Chicago, IL
Self-taught artist John Seubert, AKA John Dolly, uses objects he uncovers as he rehabs older homes in Chicago. This piece is constructed with a small framed mirror and a shoe form from which two portraits emerge. The small portraits are cut in the shape of the head. The back carries the inscription of the title. John Seubert The Mythologist found objects 20.50H x 8.50W x 8D in 52.07H x 21.59W x 20.32D cm JSE042 In the early Nineties, John Seubert was living in a former hotel in a high-rise building on St. James Place in Chicago. The apartment was tiny, as hotel rooms tend to be, and clad with paper-thin walls allowing sound to pass from one apartment to the other. At the time, John’s artwork consisted of pounding copper sheets into tables which was a noisy endeavor to say the least. Following several noise complaints from the neighbors, John had a dream that he was living in a ramshackle house but with plenty of room to work and no attached neighbors. The following day after lunching at the McDonalds in Lincoln Park, John wandered the neighborhood a came upon a shabby, falling-down old Victorian house. He located the real estate agent...
Category

2010s American Modern John Seubert Furniture

Materials

Reclaimed Wood, Paint

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"The Cult of Self", Sculptural Object with Hidden Paintings and Moveable Frames
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Vanity Mirror Sculptural Construction with Sculpture Found Objects and Portrait
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Self-taught artist John Seubert, AKA John Dolly, uses objects he uncovers as he rehabs older homes in Chicago. This piece is constructed with a small framed mirror and a drawer front complete with hardware which form the backdrop to a small portrait painting on wood. The painting itself is cut in the shape of the head. The back carries the inscription of the title. These three pieces are mounted onto a found marble base. John Seubert You Treat Me Like a Piece of Fucking Furniture found objects Measures: 17 H x 9 W x 5 D in 43.18 H x 22.86 W x 12.70 D cm JSE045 In the early Nineties, John Seubert was living in a former hotel in a high-rise building on St. James Place in Chicago. The apartment was tiny, as hotel rooms tend to be, and clad with paper-thin walls allowing sound to pass from one apartment to the other. At the time, John’s artwork consisted of pounding copper sheets into tables which was a noisy endeavor to say the least. Following several noise complaints from the neighbors, John had a dream that he was living in a ramshackle house but with plenty of room to work and no attached neighbors. The following day after lunching at the McDonalds in Lincoln Park, John wandered the neighborhood a came upon a shabby, falling-down old Victorian house. He located the real estate agent...
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Self-taught artist John Seubert, AKA John Dolly, uses objects he uncovers as he rehabs older homes in Chicago. This piece has two handmade frames mounted back to back. Each side is a different treasure to discover. The front is a smoked mirror and an inscription of the first words of the title of the piece - "Tell Me That". The back is a portrait of a woman and another plate with the inscription "You Love Me". The piece is mounted to a round Stand so it can be displayed from either side. John Seubert Tell Me That You Love Me found objects Measures: 13.50 H x 7.50 W x 4.50 D in 34.29 H x 19.05 W x 11.43 D cm JSE046 In the early Nineties, John Seubert was living in a former hotel in a high-rise building on St. James Place in Chicago. The apartment was tiny, as hotel rooms tend to be, and clad with paper-thin walls allowing sound to pass from one apartment to the other. At the time, John’s artwork consisted of pounding copper sheets into tables which was a noisy endeavor to say the least. Following several noise complaints from the neighbors, John had a dream that he was living in a ramshackle house but with plenty of room to work and no attached neighbors. The following day after lunching at the McDonalds in Lincoln Park, John wandered the neighborhood a came upon a shabby, falling-down old Victorian house. He located the real estate agent...
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Found Object Table/Pedestal with Drawers, Found Wood Various Materials, Painted
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2010s American Modern John Seubert Furniture

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John Seubert furniture for sale on 1stDibs.

John Seubert furniture are available for sale on 1stDibs. These distinctive items are frequently made of wood and are designed with extraordinary care. There are many options to choose from in our collection of John Seubert furniture, although brown editions of this piece are particularly popular. Many of the original furniture by John Seubert were created in the modern style in united states during the 21st century and contemporary. If you’re looking for additional options, many customers also consider furniture by Carnevale Studio, Robbie Heidinger, and Roman Erlikh. Prices for John Seubert furniture can differ depending upon size, time period and other attributes — on 1stDibs, these items begin at $550 and can go as high as $2,200, while a piece like these, on average, fetch $1,100.

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