Saturday, March 1, 2014
The Great Flushing Wall Of China...
Originally created for the 2009 Fosham Pottery and Porcelain Festival this strange installation by Chinese artist Shu Yong has become a popular piece of public art.
Built from ten thousand recycled toilets and urinals and covering a space one hundred metres by five metres, the sculpture has water spurting from each of the units creating a giant urinal that looks like some sort of surreal waterfall.
Fosham city in China's Central Guangdong Province is now flush with happy tourists...
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No one ever accused the Chinese of being masters of good taste.
There's a lot of people in China.
They need a lot of toilets...
I agree with Sharkey! This is a tasteless, tacky, offensive waste of space, water & manpower,ReplyDelete
Operative word, waste.ReplyDelete
All those ungrateful, resentful dunnies, giving the white-eye. Don't they know how much better this is than being dumped?ReplyDelete