Sunday, February 20, 2011

Chinese Toilet Waterfall

When I saw this, I couldn't help thinking of a Lowell Thomas- type travelog, "From deep inside mysterious China comes a hidden marvel all but incomprehensible to the Western mind and way of life!"

This is from the blog Damn Cool Pics, via Dinosaurs and Robots.

And I quote: "China always amazes world with weird and astonishing things. China’s Toilet Seat Waterfall is in South China’s Gunagdong Province. Its made from thousands of recycled toilet seats, urinals, and sinks. It is about 100 meters long and 5 meter tall.

"This art project is a part of local tradeshow for pottery and porcelain products. It attracts many visitors to take a look for this weird waterfall."


















I'm sure the sound of all that water from all those toilets is very soothing, and talk about inventive recycling! My guess is this is only one of the many interesting things we'll be seeing in the coming years from our future Chinese masters.

11 comments:

SueWho said...

Hilarious and yet also extremely interesting!

Keily Levy said...

How many squatters gave up their seat to make this waterfall possible?

Kurt Pachinger said...

I wish I had seen this before.

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