The above image is the central fold-out page from The Longest Urinal in the World. As you move the mouse over the image, more information will appear on the different aspects of the urinal, background objects, and the various printing process used to make the print. The urinal above was built for the 1998 New York City Marathon, and stands in foreground to the Verrazano Narrows bridge. Its glory is temporary, however, as the urinal only stands briefly for a few days each fall.
Who is Dan Wood? Who is Anne Tait? What is The Longest Urinal in the World?
Upcoming Exhibits/Add Me to Mailing List SPECIAL: Anatomy of a Print (Two Toilets Facing Lincoln Through the Cherry Blossoms) Other work by Anne Tait and Dan Wood
Artist's statement here (Or try the abridged version) And don't forget... Recent Tondi by Anne Tait!
Here for Printing? Information on custom printing here.
But why toilets? read an exlcusive web interview at poopreport.com.
© Dan Wood 2002.