Posted: December 12, 2013 Filed under: Canadian Toilets, Graffiti, Toilets at Bars & Pubs, Toronto, ON | Tags: artwork, nick buzz, ossington, posters, toronto
Posters of the Canadian band Nick Buzz at The Communist’s Daughter in Ossington
Posted: November 28, 2013 Filed under: Abandoned Toilets, Canadian Toilets, Public Toilets, Toronto, ON | Tags: abandoned, gutter trash, homeless, queen st west, toronto
An abandoned toiled in the Queen St West gutter 😦
Posted: November 23, 2013 Filed under: Canadian Toilets, Tiles, Toilet Art, Toilets at Shops, Toronto, ON | Tags: art, graffiti, sketch, toilet art, toronto
The sketch of a man on the wall at the Hudsons Bay department store in downtown Toronto
Also have a look at Little Bitch Shane, a toilograph taken a few months later in the same set of cubicles
Posted: November 19, 2013 Filed under: Canadian Toilets, Toilets at Bars & Pubs, Toronto, ON | Tags: irish, mullins, pub, toronto, World Toilet Day
Happy World Toilet Day everyone! We take it for granted, but there are billions (yes, billions) out there without access to adequate sanitation facilities. Visit http://worldtoiletday.org for details on how to help. And keep sharing the brilliant toilet pics on Instagram/Twitter/Facebook for us all to see – toilets are beautiful!
(And for the record, this pic was taken at Mullins Pub in Toronto)
Posted: November 15, 2013 Filed under: Canadian Toilets, Toilet Art, Toilets at Restaurants, Toronto, ON | Tags: epicure, graffiti, toilet roll, toronto
Two headless figures. Or pegs. Or dinosaurs. I’m not sure what they are. At Epicure Cafe & Grill.
Posted: November 13, 2013 Filed under: Canadian Toilets, Toilets at Restaurants, Toronto, ON | Tags: burrito, kensington market, mexican, radiator, toronto, warm
A nice warm radiator by the loo at Kensington Market’s Big Fat Burrito
Posted: October 29, 2013 Filed under: Canadian Toilets, Tiles, Toronto, ON, Touristy Toilets | Tags: blue wall, princess of wales theatre, theatre, toilet seat, toronto, wall
The aqua blue loo walls during the Les Misérables intermission at the Princess Of Wales Theatre in Toronto