I didn't know the remastered edition of Grim Fandango looked this good.
I prefer to get my psychoanalysis done at more low-key dentists offices but the Golden Fang HQ is a very nice building.
Would you mind posting the address? I'd love to get that pattern (I'm a Art Deco junkie) and etch it onto bar glasses. Thanks!
You can click on the coordinates under the photo to get close but it looks to be 450 Sutter.
There's tons of great architecture around Union Square, but a lot of it is not at street level. My dermatologist is a block away from there and I've noticed it's a whole different world when your 7-8 stories up in that area.
Indeed 450 Sutter.
The window appears to go towards the backwing of the house.
Sutter Dental are in that building.
Was that the backup summoning location for Gozer in case New York gets wiped out by something else before the stars are right?
Art Deco does Mayan. Because apparently verticality was getting old and swoopiness hadn't been integrated yet, so they fell back on the good ol' Edwardian chestnut of colonial theft as ornament. Good times, good times.
Let's just hope it's not actually a doomsday inscription that's been transferred by mistake. :P
I assume that the photo was taken by the Daily Bugle photographer Peter Parker. His photos always seem to be taken from a high vantage point, for some reason.
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