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15 Photos of Funny Bathroom Graffiti Author: Dosis Von Lustig Author: Funny Pictures


Funny bathroom graffiti is an often under appreciated and almost lost art. The graffiti artist who marks the walls where we do our business and gives us a little humor to help us pass the time as we lighten life's loads is losing out to today's technology. Whether it's a drawing, a quote or an insult about a previous drawing on a stall wall, we should not look down on the guy who spends his time doodling on public property (unless its the first image below, tagging doesn't count, but the guy who put the pseudo-museum card next to it is a genius.).

With cell phones we may have passed our glory days of the potty scribe sitting and drawing on the walls. Why look at a few lines of chicken scratch when you can check the New York Times or Facebook on your phone. But let's never forget the heroes who helped us along the way. Like the fax machine before it, the bathroom artist's best days may be behind us. But that doesn't mean we shouldn't forget them.

15 Photos of Funny Bathroom Graffiti

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Funny bathroom graffiti is an often under appreciated and almost lost art. The graffiti artist who marks the walls where we do our business and gives us a little humor to help us pass the time as we lighten life's loads is losing out to today's technology. Whether it's a drawing, a quote or an insult about a previous drawing on a stall wall, we should not look down on the guy who spends his time doodling on public property (unless its the first image below, tagging doesn't count, but the guy who put the pseudo-museum card next to it is a genius.).

With cell phones we may have passed our glory days of the potty scribe sitting and drawing on the walls. Why look at a few lines of chicken scratch when you can check the New York Times or Facebook on your phone. But let's never forget the heroes who helped us along the way. Like the fax machine before it, the bathroom artist's best days may be behind us. But that doesn't mean we shouldn't forget them.

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