Easily as idiosyncratic and set in their ways as Seinfeld characters, the parking huts of Detroit would nonetheless be easy to miss on a visit to the city. But as it is with European border checkpoints, former Pizza Huts, and abandoned banks, all it takes is a good photographer to highlight what's interesting about structures deemed outside the realm of significant architecture.
In that vein, here's a selection from what Curbed Detroit calls the "mismatched collection of tiny structures guarding the most precious commodity in downtown Detroit: Parking." Don't be afraid to give them little names and post Tumblr-worthy fan art in the comments.
Head to Curbed Detroit for 25 more. · Gallery: 30 Unique Parking Huts Found Across Detroit [Curbed Detroit]