I’ve been making a few changes to our bathroom. I feel like it needs some art on the walls, but I don’t think it should be too serious. There was a photo that used to hang in my uncle’s house that I loved, and he has said that we can have it if he can find it, so fingers crossed for that. If it doesn’t come up in his search though, I’m thinking it’s going to be something along these lines…
But not that funny. Let’s call them mildly amusing.
Look at those puppies!
Champion Cavalier King Charles Spaniels, at Cruft’s Dog Show, Terence Spencer
Look out behind you!
Fist Fight, Red, Dadu Shin
Collocation No. 14 (NATURE) Left Panel, Mickey Smith
Ooh, that smell. Can’t you smell that smell?
Knuba, 2010 by Alex Kostinskyi
Because I also think the idea of a bunch of people watching you when you step out of the shower is funny.
Some of these are strange in and of themselves, and others only by context. Certain imagery is just a little ‘off’ in the loo.
I love the idea of a nude, but thought better of it because of the kids. I’m not worried about my kids, but more about their friends. Is that a strange concern to have? The Balch House: gateway to sin for the youth of Oak Park. Anyway, I love this one, but the eye contact is a little intense.
Untitled (Suzie Hedge), 2006 by Brandon Herman
Do you really want to think about food in a bathroom?
Chocolate Electric, Martha Rich
I see you.
Mask, Jennifer Ament
A family of five, just like mine! Oh, wait. This family might not be “just like mine.”
Family, T. Huybers
Yeah, they really want you. They really want you, and I do too. (Hey, this one can hang next to the cake! Think anyone would get it?)
Day 260: Baby Doll Hands by Lisa Congdon
Again, think of the children.
Drawings for 3 Rooms in Your Home: #1 by Steve Lambert
Funny and Slightly Off-putting People
It’s everything I love in one! (Can you tell this is my favorite category?)
British Children Playing Outdoor Games in London Suburbs, Terence Spencer
I’m not familiar with her (she’s an actor, says her Wiki), but this photo is fantastic.
Lynn Redgrave Making a Face, Terence Spencer
What’s not to love about this?
Women Holding Giant Masks, Bettmann