Denver Airport Horse
I have just been notified of a thing.
At the end of August I’m gonna visit Chicago. On the way home I’m stopping in Denver. My brother-in-law, who got me the flight, warned me about the Denver Airport Horse.
What is the Denver Airport Horse? I’m glad you asked.
It is this:
You have many questions. Let me answer them.
Yes, its eyes light up.
Yes, its bulging veins and ribs are dry-brushed black for maximum impact.
Yes, it has huge veiny horse-junk.
Here is an amusing post on the topick, apparently drawn from a news article:
The mustang rears on splayed hind legs — his nostrils flaring, his eyes glowing red, his taut body a slick, sweaty sheen of blue. Anatomically correct — eye-poppingly so — the 32-foot-tall fiberglass sculpture makes quite a statement at the gateway to Denver International Airport…
But I am just beginning.
Because also apparently there are murals?
Here is one:
In this Flickr photoset, bkobash describes it thus:
Some sort of an SS officer demon with a huge sword, killing a dove. And mothers with dead babies forming a gray arc. Exactly what you’d expect to appear next to a TCBY or a Cinnabon.
You better believe my layover is gonna have some serious photo fun time.