Photos: Someone Created An Iron Maiden ‘Powerslave’ Toilet and It Looks Epic As Hell

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Last year, we wrote about a toilet that was made to look like Metallica drummer Lars Ulrich; this Lars Ulrich toilet was created by the artist Prince Midnight and was acquired by Ripley’s Believe It Or Not! museum.

That toilet is certainly one hell of a creation but it isn’t Prince Midnight’s only heavy metal-related toilet.

For alongside his Lars Ulrich toilet, Prince Midnight has also created an Iron Maiden toilet, and this shitter is absolutely epic-looking.

Pulling inspiration from the band’s 1984 studio album Powerslave, Prince Midnight constructed a toilet that reflects the likeness of the Eddie Pharaoh statue that appears on the album’s cover.

Per a past post he uploaded to his Instagram account, Prince Midnight shared the following about the Iron Maiden Powerslave toilet:

“Number Two Of The Beast. This is the last photo Im going to post of this piece until it’s installed. The first full photos (without me laying on it) will come then. Tampa’s finest immersive art experience designer taking the art form to the next level once again!”

Based on the photos of this Iron Maiden toilet, this shitter looks like a throne.

Below you will find a couple of photos featuring Prince Midnight with his Eddie Powerslave toilet.

And speaking of Iron Maiden, we recently highlighted band frontman Bruce Dickinson in our “10 Greatest Heavy Metal Singers of All Time” feature. If you are curious to find out who the other vocalists are that made the list, follow the link below Prince Midnight’s photos.


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