‘C’mon, Give A …’ Public Art

Public Art Installation Of Decorated Toilets Aims To Promote Project Providing Facilities For Homeless
Public Art Installation Of Decorated Toilets Aims To Promote Project Providing Facilities For Homeless
SAN FRANCISCO, CA - NOVEMBER 21: Children look at decorated toilets that are part of a public art installation titled "C'mon, give a s***" to mark World Toilet Day and to bring attention to a project to convert retired MUNI buses into mobile showers for the homeless on November 21, 2013 in San Francisco, California. Lava Mae founder Doniece Sandoval coordinated the public art installation of decorated toilets to raise awareness about the millions of people around the world who do not have access to clean and private toilets. The installation also promotes the nonprofit Lava Mae's project to convert old San Francisco municipal buses into mobile showers for homeless people in the city. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)
Public Art Installation Of Decorated Toilets Aims To Promote Project Providing Facilities For Homeless
Public Art Installation Of Decorated Toilets Aims To Promote Project Providing Facilities For Homeless
SAN FRANCISCO, CA - NOVEMBER 21: Decorated toilets are displayed as part of a public art installation titled "C'mon, give a s***" to mark World Toilet Day and to bring attention to a project to convert retired MUNI buses into mobile showers for the homeless on November 21, 2013 in San Francisco, California. Lava Mae founder Doniece Sandoval coordinated the public art installation of decorated toilets to raise awareness about the millions of people around the world who do not have access to clean and private toilets. The installation also promotes the nonprofit Lava Mae's project to convert old San Francisco municipal buses into mobile showers for homeless people in the city. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)
Public Art Installation Of Decorated Toilets Aims To Promote Project Providing Facilities For Homeless
Public Art Installation Of Decorated Toilets Aims To Promote Project Providing Facilities For Homeless
SAN FRANCISCO, CA - NOVEMBER 21: Decorated toilets are displayed as part of a public art installation titled "C'mon, give a s***" to mark World Toilet Day and to bring attention to a project to convert retired MUNI buses into mobile showers for the homeless on November 21, 2013 in San Francisco, California. Lava Mae founder Doniece Sandoval coordinated the public art installation of decorated toilets to raise awareness about the millions of people around the world who do not have access to clean and private toilets. The installation also promotes the nonprofit Lava Mae's project to convert old San Francisco municipal buses into mobile showers for homeless people in the city. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)
Public Art Installation Of Decorated Toilets Aims To Promote Project Providing Facilities For Homeless
Public Art Installation Of Decorated Toilets Aims To Promote Project Providing Facilities For Homeless
SAN FRANCISCO, CA - NOVEMBER 21: Decorated toilets are displayed as part of a public art installation titled "C'mon, give a s***" to mark World Toilet Day and to bring attention to a project to convert retired MUNI buses into mobile showers for the homeless on November 21, 2013 in San Francisco, California. Lava Mae founder Doniece Sandoval coordinated the public art installation of decorated toilets to raise awareness about the millions of people around the world who do not have access to clean and private toilets. The installation also promotes the nonprofit Lava Mae's project to convert old San Francisco municipal buses into mobile showers for homeless people in the city. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)
Public Art Installation Of Decorated Toilets Aims To Promote Project Providing Facilities For Homeless
Public Art Installation Of Decorated Toilets Aims To Promote Project Providing Facilities For Homeless
SAN FRANCISCO, CA - NOVEMBER 21: Doniece Sandoval (L) shows a passerby a decorated toilet that is part of a public art installation titled "C'mon, give a s***" to mark World Toilet Day and to bring attention to a project to convert retired MUNI buses into mobile showers for the homeless on November 21, 2013 in San Francisco, California. Lava Mae founder Doniece Sandoval coordinated the public art installation of decorated toilets to raise awareness about the millions of people around the world who do not have access to clean and private toilets. The installation also promotes the nonprofit Lava Mae's project to convert old San Francisco municipal buses into mobile showers for homeless people in the city. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)
Public Art Installation Of Decorated Toilets Aims To Promote Project Providing Facilities For Homeless
Public Art Installation Of Decorated Toilets Aims To Promote Project Providing Facilities For Homeless
SAN FRANCISCO, CA - NOVEMBER 21: A pedestrian stops to look at a display of decorated toilets that are part of a public art installation titled "C'mon, give a s***" to mark World Toilet Day and to bring attention to a project to convert retired MUNI buses into mobile showers for the homeless on November 21, 2013 in San Francisco, California. Lava Mae founder Doniece Sandoval coordinated the public art installation of decorated toilets to raise awareness about the millions of people around the world who do not have access to clean and private toilets. The installation also promotes the nonprofit Lava Mae's project to convert old San Francisco municipal buses into mobile showers for homeless people in the city. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)
Public Art Installation Of Decorated Toilets Aims To Promote Project Providing Facilities For Homeless
Public Art Installation Of Decorated Toilets Aims To Promote Project Providing Facilities For Homeless
SAN FRANCISCO, CA - NOVEMBER 21: A young girl sits on a decorated toilet that is part of a public art installation titled "C'mon, give a s***" to mark World Toilet Day and to bring attention to a project to convert retired MUNI buses into mobile showers for the homeless on November 21, 2013 in San Francisco, California. Lava Mae founder Doniece Sandoval coordinated the public art installation of decorated toilets to raise awareness about the millions of people around the world who do not have access to clean and private toilets. The installation also promotes the nonprofit Lava Mae's project to convert old San Francisco municipal buses into mobile showers for homeless people in the city. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)
Public Art Installation Of Decorated Toilets Aims To Promote Project Providing Facilities For Homeless
Public Art Installation Of Decorated Toilets Aims To Promote Project Providing Facilities For Homeless
SAN FRANCISCO, CA - NOVEMBER 21: Decorated toilets are displayed as part of a public art installation titled "C'mon, give a s***" to mark World Toilet Day and to bring attention to a project to convert retired MUNI buses into mobile showers for the homeless on November 21, 2013 in San Francisco, California. Lava Mae founder Doniece Sandoval coordinated the public art installation of decorated toilets to raise awareness about the millions of people around the world who do not have access to clean and private toilets. The installation also promotes the nonprofit Lava Mae's project to convert old San Francisco municipal buses into mobile showers for homeless people in the city. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)
Public Art Installation Of Decorated Toilets Aims To Promote Project Providing Facilities For Homeless
Public Art Installation Of Decorated Toilets Aims To Promote Project Providing Facilities For Homeless
SAN FRANCISCO, CA - NOVEMBER 21: A young girl inspects decorated toilets that is part of a public art installation titled "C'mon, give a s***" to mark World Toilet Day and to bring attention to a project to convert retired MUNI buses into mobile showers for the homeless on November 21, 2013 in San Francisco, California. Lava Mae founder Doniece Sandoval coordinated the public art installation of decorated toilets to raise awareness about the millions of people around the world who do not have access to clean and private toilets. The installation also promotes the nonprofit Lava Mae's project to convert old San Francisco municipal buses into mobile showers for homeless people in the city. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)
Public Art Installation Of Decorated Toilets Aims To Promote Project Providing Facilities For Homeless
Public Art Installation Of Decorated Toilets Aims To Promote Project Providing Facilities For Homeless
SAN FRANCISCO, CA - NOVEMBER 21: A young girl looks at a decorated toilet that is part of a public art installation titled "C'mon, give a s***" to mark World Toilet Day and to bring attention to a project to convert retired MUNI buses into mobile showers for the homeless on November 21, 2013 in San Francisco, California. Lava Mae founder Doniece Sandoval coordinated the public art installation of decorated toilets to raise awareness about the millions of people around the world who do not have access to clean and private toilets. The installation also promotes the nonprofit Lava Mae's project to convert old San Francisco municipal buses into mobile showers for homeless people in the city. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)
Public Art Installation Of Decorated Toilets Aims To Promote Project Providing Facilities For Homeless
Public Art Installation Of Decorated Toilets Aims To Promote Project Providing Facilities For Homeless
SAN FRANCISCO, CA - NOVEMBER 21: Decorated toilets are displayed as part of a public art installation titled "C'mon, give a s***" to mark World Toilet Day and to bring attention to a project to convert retired MUNI buses into mobile showers for the homeless on November 21, 2013 in San Francisco, California. Lava Mae founder Doniece Sandoval coordinated the public art installation of decorated toilets to raise awareness about the millions of people around the world who do not have access to clean and private toilets. The installation also promotes the nonprofit Lava Mae's project to convert old San Francisco municipal buses into mobile showers for homeless people in the city. (Photo by Justin Sullivan/Getty Images)

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