From Linda, Ms. Wuf, on the door of Reynold’s Colosseum, the home of the North Carolina State Wolfpack.
Below is a vintage sign for sale at Branching Out in University Mall in Chapel Hill, North Carolina. It’s the first ladies room sign I’ve found for sale. The price, at $135, seemed a bit steep though.
The ladies room signs at my new gym, Planet Fitness.
From Candace, The Pecan Lodge in Dallas, Texas.
Inside, Candace found this cross, which she says reminded her of Where’s Waldo or a hidden objects book.
From Greta, who found these cool doors when she was in Mississippi, as she says, “Playing the slots.”
From Abby, signs created by kids for the Moonlite Diner in Ft. Lauderdale.
From Joanna, the elephant area at the National Zoo in Washington, DC.
From Susan, Coffee and Cinnamon in Durham North Carolina.
Also from Susan, art inside the ladies room at Floozies in Louisa, Virginia.
And the men’s
And I took these at Vine’s in Durham, North Carolina
At Truckyard, in Dallas, Texas
A friend of Ken’s sent these! Wow. Almost makes me want to be a man (although I’ve never heard a man report seeing one so elegant).
But I’ve never wanted a you-know-what like Dr. Freud claimed women did.
5 thoughts on “The Ladies Room Door Art Series: Part Thirty-seven”
Hilarious. You are planning on creating a book??
Wow, those last men’s room photos are a hoot! Wonder if they make men care about aiming better? lol
Hilarious! Who would have thought creativity could be so well expressed in a bathroom!
WOW! I was with a friend shopping for bathroom fixtures and the woman’s room was a showcase in use. Did I take a picture, I forgot!!
Those urinals are amazing…..I never knew men had fancy “potties” too!