Wednesday

Idaho Pride

Photo by Trista Robinson

Picture from a recent road trip to the Boise State Penitentiary. 

Tuesday

Toilets and bathrooms of past, present and future – in pictures | Life and style | The Guardian







Few countries were as advanced as the Romans, however. In Britain, chamber pots were emptied on to muck heaps, streets or into rivers for centuries. But the toilet – like the one above – could be a means to power – the 'groom of the stool' had unparalled access to the King.Photograph: Royal Collection Trust/Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II 2014



Toilets and bathrooms of past, present and future – in pictures | Life and style | The Guardian:




Monday

Rolling Stones urinal in Germany

The design team of Delphine Buhro and Michael Dreher created this homage to the Rolling Stones at Goldman 25Hours Hotel in Frankfurt, Germany via Juxtapoz Magazine. 

Thursday

Museum of Ordinary Things features "Wintergreen"




Art surrounds us, all you have to do is look for it. Otherwise the point is MOOT


The urinal as art at "The Museum of Ordinary Things".

Saturday

Bathroom doors at Bako in Seattle



Awesome bathroom door shot at Bako restaurant located in Seattle on Capitol Hill at 606 Broadway Avenue East.  Bako is an upscale Chinese restaurants with toilets to match.  Photo courtesy of Monica Guzman.

Thursday

Vote for you favorite public restroom

From coast to coast and ball parks to ball rooms, the America's Best Restroom contest sponsored by Cintas spotlights some of the most memorable restrooms over the past decade. This year, we're celebrating our 10th year and we're in search of the best nominations yet! Have you seen a unique, impressive restroom? Maybe it's elegant, eclectic or downright quirky. As long as it's immaculate, inviting and, most of all, memorable, it's fair game!

Vote for your favorite restroom!

America's Best Restroom - Vote | Presented by Cintas

America's Best Restroom - Vote | Presented by Cintas

Monday

Awesome Mural in the Men's Room at Hattie's Hat




A short interview with Artist Rick Klu about his one-shot mural in the men's room at Hattie's Hat in Ballard, Seattle. Rick's a Seattle artist who recently relocated to Los Angeles to find fame and fortune. He came back to paint the men's room but the owner of Hattie's Hat loved it so much, he stayed to paint the Ladies Room too!