These statues are on the top of 580 California Street. Apparently, they are neo-classical forms of Muriel Castani’s “corporate goddesses”.
While most people have probably never looked up and noticed them, to me, they’re a landmark. 580 California Street is home to the Canadian Consulate, where I would go to write my exams for my distance education course. It was also home to the Jejune Institute, which was part of the Nonchalance project, which very sadly has been shutdown, but was a very fun way we spent some of our weekends.
The best way to see them is to head over to the bridge at the edge of chinatown that leads to the chinese cultural center. I grabbed a bubble tea and spent half an hour or so sitting here watching the city go by. I’m going to miss this town.