Sometimes corporate art and design is baffling. I’m all for unique and interesting art and architecture, particularly when it deviates from the shallow corporate template of the cookie-cutter-franchise. But these cut-out sheet-metal exterior panels for a Pacific Beach Jack in the Box are a mite odd.
Off hand I’d have to say the central design is supposed to represent the Jack-Sun shining Jack-Rays down on the world or maybe some sort of godhead beaming out waves of beneficent Jackness throughout the Universe. But what the design really looks like is an image borrowed from the Sex Ed course materials at Hamburger University.