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Originally posted by QueenofWeird
I assume they asked an artist to create these very colourful and very psychedelic paintings.
[edit on 7-2-2009 by QueenofWeird]
Artist Leo Tanguma doesn't understand how conspiracy theorists find hidden messages in his mural on environmentalism.
Originally posted by Enthralled Fan
This is sort of an old topic, that has been discussed before. Did you do a search on it?
It's kind of like beating a dead horse. I don't understand why you didn't contribute to a thead already out there.
Here is my suggestion to people who find the issue odd, why not find out who the artist of the mural was, and ask them what they mean?
Originally posted by Jack Jouett
Thought I would share my pictures of the strange murals at Denver International Airport. I have photos of the main ones, but at the end of my photo stream there are pictures of two others that most people haven't seen. These depict Latino and African American contributions to the settlement of Colorado, which also delves into the Masonic theme of civilization building.
I also have pictures of the Masonic capstone which proclaims the "New World Airport Commission" and a picture of the weird demon/gargoyle in the baggage area. Check out my flickr set here:
Denver International Airport murals flickr photostream
[edit on 7-2-2009 by Jack Jouett]