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The next time you have to wait and wait for someone to come out of an airplane lavatory, think about this: it might be Nina Katchadourian recreating a 15th Century Flemish Masters Self Portrait out of toilet paper, paper toilet seat covers and other airplane accoutrements!
Seriously, this might be the oddest, but most hilarious post I’ve seen and I just had to share it. It appeared in BoredPanda just a few days ago, and I love it:
While on a long-haul flight, when most people would sleep, read a book or chew on complimentary snacks, Nina Katchadourian spends her time locked in the airplane’s lavatory taking selfies in the style of 15th century Flemish paintings. Her series, dubbed “Lavatory Self-Portraits in the Flemish Style,” is part of a bigger piece called “Seat Assignment,” which is based on improvising with materials close at hand while in flight .
Here are some of Ms. Katchadourian’s 15th Century Flemish “selfies” (I really can’t stop laughing!)
So, the next time you think you have odd bathroom routines, think of Nina! Thank you Bored Panda and Nina for making me smile!
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