I saw this during Open Studios in San Francisco last fall. I liked the Berkeley Farms 3D milk sign on what I think is a closed warehouse. That is the double-decker section of I-280 in the background.
I can always find a freeway picture in your posts. 🙂 As usual, I always enjoy your urban shots.
Great spot to advertise.
I love a “smart” pic!
Cool! Do they even make milk in those cardboard cartons anymore?
Love the juxtaposition of the rural idea of a dairy, combined with the urban feeway!
I agree with Margaret’s comment above it immediately struck me the contrast of the milk carton within the urban setting. Great shot!
Wow! So interesting!!! It’s kinda random to see a milk carton against the overpass/bridge/highway. Great shot.
Great pic! A fried of mine leased an old paint store and it had a huge paint bucket on the roof. That bucket alone got him tons of advertising.
Way cool shot. I love that form of advertising as it sticks.
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LOL! Very cool shot! :> Hopped here from Alicia’s A Beautiful Mess!
Nicely incongruous :).
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Chocolate milk perhaps? Yum! 🙂
wonderful! I grew up to the Dixie factory which had a huge cup on top.
Neat Shot. Love the old milk carton in contrast to the new interstate.
How cool! My eyes went right to the milk carton before the page even finished loading!
So, I hope they don’t actually process milk there…kind of takes away from the farm fresh idea!
Where is the cow ??
This building is definitely no longer in use for milk processing (assuming it ever was).
Berkeley Farms actually has a slogan on the sides of their trucks that reads: “Farms in Berkeley?! Mooooo!”
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