Fortune Cookie Parking Garage in China Town

Telstar Logistics has the full report:

Telstar Logistics visited San Francisco’s Chinatown last weekend, and along the way we encountered one of the simplest and most delightful examples of public art that we’ve come across in quite some time.

Read on.

3 Responses to “Fortune Cookie Parking Garage in China Town”

  1. Chris Fisher says:

    My favorite is “Perception is not reality.”

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