The thing that appeals to me so much about bathroom graffti is the fact it's the voice of society uncensored. From art work to poetry, philosophy or just the need for a good rant the stalls stand as the public's canvas acting as a real reflection of todays world.
Found Gems (more coming soon)...
This is a book i discovered some years ago by Mark Ferem called Bathroom Graffiti. The name is pretty self explanatory as it's a collections of public restroom graffiti from across the states. I love the idea that someone has gone out to collect all these voices and documented them in a way we all wish our opinions could be heard.