There they were, three monumental Doggie Diner Heads, relics of a past fast food era, on a red trailer, parked directly in front of the Castro Theatre. I saw them 21 September 2013–did not have my camera with me. So, I ran all the way up the Mount Everest of Corona Heights to get my tiny point & click, to see if I could somehow do any justice to this out of context zany & loveable display. (It truly was the Doris Wishman of the art world, disembodied Doggie Diner Heads, swathed in crochet or knitted material of some kind or another). I found out later they were an installation piece by artist Olek I all really knew, this was weird, straight up my inner alleyway of strange, and would not last long. My Jeanne Dixonesque was correct: they were gone the next day. My only regret was that my camera was the old point & click & I could not get a wider range shot. All that aside, here’s that old saying…
ONLY IN SAN FRANCISCO–THE THREE KNIT WITS!
3 Doggie Diner Heads on a red trailer in front of the Castro Theatre. Just that!
This Doggie Diner head was greeting folks who were on Castro Street!
This doggie was shy, he did not wag his tail. ? He only had a head, and could not wag. But he was sweet & shy & I petted him anyway!
This doggie was the smart one, he had taken the time to go to Twin Peaks for a few drinks. The orange face is the giveaway!
These Doggie Diner Heads were legal, they even had their Green Cards!
I feel like Jimmy Swaggart, I have brought shame upon myself. I do not know who Tom Kennedy was, is, or if he will be on the Tonight Show, or what! Why does he say such terrible things about me?