Yes, this is real – A golden toilet covered in Louis Vuitton bags that costs $100,000

After the luxurious LV coffin, the monogrammed Louis Vuitton charm now extends to toilets! Yep, you read that correct! Artist Illma Gore recently dared to cut up a bunch of LV bags for a toilet that is not just the ultimate piece of art, but also an epitome of luxury in pot form! The ludicrous toilet seat was created for Tradesy, an online fashion marketplace where people can buy and resell their premium belongings.

Gore, is the same artist who created ripples with the creation Donald Trump’s nude portrait. The gutsy artist from Los Angeles was thus the perfect choice for carving a pot out uber-expensive LV goods. On meddling with the extravagant brand, Gore said, “I personally love the idea of what it felt like to cut up a $2000 bag. And the urge to destroy is just the same as a creative urge. And when Tradesy came to me with this idea of, you know, hey would you want to make art pieces, I mean I couldn’t say no to that.”

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The golden toilet required the 25-year old maverick to cut up 24 LV bags in total, each costing $2000. The final creation however retails for a much higher amount- a whopping $100,000! It is currently on display at a showroom owned by Tradesy. If you want to experience pleasure or stupidity of sitting on a $100,000 pot, head to Tradesy’s ASAP!

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