Italy's portable toilet giant, Sebach unveiled portable johns for art lovers in Arezzo, Milan last year with Michelangelo's "David" and an artwork by Renaissance master Sandro Botticelli elegantly decorating the toilets. The display of such exquisite work of art on those portable johns, in my mind, gives physical necessities some of us loathe to even think about an air of dignity and...would it be too much of a stretch to say glamour? I think so.
Anyway, recently Sebach added Da Vinci's "Mona Lisa" and Piero della Francesca's "Portrait of Federico da Montefeltro" to the collection. These artsy johns are designed by Oliviero Toscani, former Benetton ad guru.
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