What's good about creativity is that it can assert itself for any subject ... even the one public toilets. If for you these are only used to troubleshoot you in case of "urgent need", know that Japanit's a real institution. More precisely on Okinawa Island on which are undoubtedly the most unusual public toilets in the world.
Known as the pseudonym"Okinawa Soba" sure Flickr, Rob is a photographer who has been living for 43 years on the island ofOkinawa. This island which belongs to the prefecture of the same name of Japan and which includes more than1.3 million inhabitants is also known for its unusual public toilets. Because yes, Okinawa, do not expect to find a simple sober building with a toilet and a classic sink.
In his various shots, the photographer makes us discover absolutely improbable buildings: public toilets in the shape of fish, from crab, from pencil or even fruitThis is the kind of building that you can expect to discover on this island that has many secrets to reveal to you.
In any case, we love the idea that proves, once again, that creativity is everywhere. To know more about Okinawa Soba and discover his different shots, click here to discover his Flickr profile.
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