- Composition: Glass, Rubber
- Details: Pisser (Fountain II), 2011 by Charles Lutz. Black rubber-coated glass. 50-piece edition. Signed and numbered. Inspired by the silver Coca-Cola bottles that Andy Warhol made in the Sixties, which were filled with cheap perfume and then marketed as "You're In". The name is an intended pun (pisser=urinal/extraordinary event), and many believed that they were filled with actual urine.
- Measurements: Depth: 1.95 inches Height: 7.92 inches Width: 1.91 inches
- Product code:58010086GK
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