Thought it could have a been a pig…
…but I was wrong:
See it all at AsianArt.Org
As seen in Civic Center:
Hey, does this ride have a fuel tank? Yes it do. 9.3 gallons worth.
Hey, does this ride have a tailpipe? Yes it do again. But it’s hidden away, the better to fool you.
Does the artist what tagged this car know all this?
Anyway, if this ride is an “EV,” then so is craig Newmark’s old-school ’99 Prius, just saying…
C-130 paratroopers coming to kill you, just like in Operation Market Garden:
And an F-18 Hornet from the much-talked-about U.S. Navy Blue Angels:
And here’s your giant Chance-Vought F-8 Crusader:
Remember to whisper Mors Ex Supera as you drive by on 19th…
Hey look – it’s the streetcar what’s named Desire:
Or at least it’s somebody’s view of what big city living should look like.
Lover I’m off the streets
Gonna go where the bright lights
And the big city meet
With a red guitar, on fire
And best of all, if we’re looking at the History of Forest Hill, and I think we are, there’s not any pesky Chinese laundryman playing basketball on his roof across the street…
Let’s see here, or in this case, let’s not see the ad on the side of this MUNI bus
Somebody’s promoting bus advertising by calling it a “mobile ad,” except it’s not, not really?
But if somebody wants to pay us for the ad, that’s great. It’s just that it’s mounted so low it’s hard to see. Even just one foot higher would help a lot. (Fashionably big windows have a price, I s’pose.)
And what’s up with the ad on the back? It promotes MUNI art? This thing? But it’s not art itself, it’s just saying how great our SFMTA is so 1% of us might start liking the SFMTA more, maybe?
Boy, it sure seems our horrible MUNI SFMTA spends a lot of time promoting itself, for better or worse.