I would have to say this is the best architectural element that I have ever seen. I saw the walruses on my cab ride from the airport, and I knew right away I needed to walk wherever this building was to see it more closely. (No one ever told me that Seattle was sooooo hilly though.) I think it's hilarious and really interesting to have them on a building.
Does anyone out there know if a walrus has any symbolism? I'm interested why anyone would put them onto a building's exterior.
This building is on the corner of 3rd and Cherry in Seattle, Washington.