China has a funny affinity for toilets. From the questionably designed public restrooms to the toilet-themed restaurants, we’ve seen our fair share of shitters. But between Anhui’s luxury bathroom modeled after the US Capitol Building and this “toilet waterfall” in Guangdong, we can’t help but feel like the toilet-worshipping has gotten grotesquely out of hand.
The art project, created with around 10,000 recycled toilet bowls, urinals and sinks, was installed for a trade-show for pottery and porcelain products in Foshan, Guangdong province. The 100-meter-long, five-meter tall abomination will remain as part of the city landscape.
We don’t want to look at a waterfall of toilets. Do you want to look at a waterfall of toilets?
[Images via ECNS]