click images to see larger viewIf you go to St. Peter's in Rome, you see gigantic statues of the saints along the roof line. So, just because their focus is on a spot rather than a soul, why should the patron's of the self-park on east Lake be denied a similar flourish? When you gaze up to the top, about ten stories up, you can see a small figure at the building's crest, the hood ornament to Stanley Tigerman's witty express of the facade of a parking garage as the hood of a stylish touring car.
But this is no generic grace note, but a very particular visage of a mechanic in full Statue of Liberty mode. Who was the sculptor, and who was the model?
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