by Brian Fouhy
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Occupied is a collection of urinals used and photographed by artist Brian Fouhy. Often unnoticed, Fouhy hopes to draw attention to the beautiful, odd, and sometimes humorous forms urinals can take.
About the Artist
Brian Fouhy is an art director, digital concept creator, and photographer who has grown an international following with his efforts to transform the internet into one big friendly neighbourhood with a spectrum of imaginative endeavours.
Injecting all of his work with a generous shot of humour, Fouhy brings a smile and shining eyes to all who experience his prolific imagination. Brian currently resides in Denver, Colorado, USA and travels extensively.
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What will you find inside Occupied
By including information surrounding the use of each urinal, such as the meal eaten in a restaurant, the weather conditions at the time, or the distance from relevant points of interest; Fouhy adds another layer to the experience beyond just a standard visit to the loo.
With a nod to Duchamp and the ready-made movement, and full of frivolous whimsy, this book takes a look behind the closed doors of bathrooms and showcases these unusual objects that perform a very necessary task. The second book from Fouhy, this collection of photography maintains his distinct observational style.
Cardboard cover – 160 pages – matte paper
120x180mm – 0.3 kg – english
Isbn – 9789187815379
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