Fine Art Shippers has a blog where they discuss the finer points of, well, shipping art. And, in case you think this is a boring subject, today they look at a custom job like shipping Terence Koh’s 24-foot urinal:
Sometimes the most difficult objects to store or ship are those which look like everday things and could be mistaken for same. That litter box, for example, or the artist whose artwork was a crate and, in another case, a light pencil drawing on a ragged piece of cardboard. In a working warehouse, such items must be isolated, draped with caution tape, and severely labeled so as not to be confused with supplies or trash.
Crate of the Week (If not the year . . .) (Fine Art Shippers)