A photographic journal of one man's travels as he is driven on by his unnatural obsession with the public restroom, this compilation showcases the often overlooked individuality and diversity among these seemingly mundane portals to personal comfort that dot the landscapes of our daily lives. Everyone will relate to this artfully assembled collection of over 400 full-color, unauthorized, unstaged, and entirely unique and original photos revealing the good, the bad, and the ugly of these indispensable away-from-home refuges. From the meager to the posh, the aged to the contemporary, the rural to the urban, they are all represented here with stark realism.
This one-of-a-kind book allows for examination and contemplation, the likes of which would be quite inappropriate in person, with page after page of mesmerizing pictures that reveal ever more secrets the longer they are studied. Garnished with a dash of off-beat humor, REST is the ideal idle-time companion -- a must have for every home and office, the perfect addition to both the coffee table and the "reading room".