When you gotta go, you gotta go — surely something artist Tommy Mintz had in mind when he created a toilet map for New York City, plotting 250 places to do your business in the city. Mintz was inspired to do this project as he suffers from ulcerative colitis, a long-term disease that causes frequent diarrhea.
The map is a laser printed, wallet-size fold-out that marks out well-known as well as obscure toilets across the city, assuring that you will never have to hunt for one in NYC again.
It is displayed at the Jewish Museum as part of their Off The Wall exhibition and can be bought for $2 on the Internet.
Not pocket-able, but another well known effort to do the same was that of New York Restrooms a couple of years ago.