P&O Wall Fountain
An early example of public art commissioned by the private sector, the fountain became infamous after Oz Magazine published a satirical photograph that showed three men of varying heights apparently voiding their bladders in the fountain. Since then the work has been commonly referred to as â€œThe Urinalâ€. The photograph was the subject of a legal battle during which the editors of Oz Magazine were accused of promoting â€œpublic pissingâ€. The artwork continues today to provoke attention because of this history and because of its distinctive structure.