Outhouse Art





        Exhibit Showcases the Lowly Outhouse as “High  Art” (see photos below)

 Chances are you’ve never used one, but all this month

 some of the prettiest outhouses in Texas are on display in downtown San Antonio .  

The ” Thunderbox Road ” art exhibit is going on
at the Menger Hotel.  There are 8 full-sized
“Thunderboxes” or outhouses painted and decorated.













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9 Responses to Outhouse Art

  1. mssc54 says:

    The one with the horses would be really cool if, when you go inside, the back of the horses were painted running away from you.

  2. Just a Mom says:

    Leave it to us Texans to make art out of crap!

  3. starlaschat says:

    I bet they are clean too. Very pretty! LOL Never thought in a millions years I’d day that about an outhouse!

  4. Doraz says:

    I wish we did that for ALL of the outhouses in the world. It would make the “experience” a bit nicer~~~~~~ 🙂

  5. I’ve never heard the term Thunderbox before . . . what a great name for an outhouse! It occurs to me that you can make your ‘experience’ far more colorful and descriptive if you prefaced the description of the outhouse with “I took a dump with . . .” For instance:

    “I took a dump with a heard of horses!”

    “I took a dump with an angel!”

    You get the idea. Let your imagination do the rest ;^)

  6. Tony says:

    Awesome outhouses. The angel looks like he’s actually sitting down on the loo

  7. Era says:

    These are some beautiful outhouses. If only they could make public restrooms so nice. I wonder what Gary would say if he were’nt off camping? You know, him and the whole growler thing 🙂

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