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Denver Airport is HUMONGOUS! I've been there a couple times. My step dad used to patrol the old airport. Jefferson I believe it was called. Anyways...

I saw the pic of the Masonic Temple #2... They are into demonism. I've done research on that, and one of their well known symbols is the Pentagram. Just a FYI.

Interesting... I was reading the comments underneath...

Miguel says:

December 8, 2010 at 3:21 pm

The greatest trick the Devil ever pulled was convincing the world he didn’t exist

Oh how true that is!!!

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:omg: Is this place for real??? Those murals are quite disturbing.

I'm just trying to imagine the planning meetings;

... and these are some of my preliminary sketches for the murals. I think you will agree they will promote a sense of calm and wellbeing for our passengers

Very nice. We'll take four! Now, what kind of statue shall we have outside the main entrance ....?

I have just the thing; how about a rearing horse with glowing red eyes

Excellent

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The Denver Airport is an interesting place to visit. You can also do it online - http://flydenver.com/artatdia They say,

The airport's public art collection was one of the first fully integrated art installations in the nation. The artwork represents Phase I of the public art master plan and includes 30 sculptures' date=' murals, and installations creating one of the most extensive airport art programs in the world. [/quote'] To the horse with the glowing eyes -
Mustang | Artist: Luis Jiménez Look for the horse’s glowing red eyes' date=' a nod to the artist’s youth in his father’s neon sign shop . . . Location: Peña Boulevard approach to DIA [/quote'] To one of the other questionable paintings -

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In Peace and Harmony with Nature | Artist: Leo Tanguma The painting references social realist murals of Mexico' date=' but addresses a modern theme: the destruction of the environment . . . Location: Terminal South[/quote'] Sometimes we misunderstand an artist or insert our own meaning into their art. Art is such an interesting part of the human Psyche.
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