At first, Leo Tanguma is the man, who was also responsible for the Paintings of Denver International Airport.
a link to the Thread which has those paintings.
I dont really agree with the theory of the OP in this Thread with some predictions or anything else. Im just struck with the weirdness of such
paintings in a place like an airport. Why would you show death and a little girl in a coffin? Wouldnt make me really comfortable before a flight.
Now ive searched his site and found another weird painting by him.
Its called Passageway of Values :
What struck me where the closeup pictures.
On the first one :
Some things seem very odd. There is an american flag with a helmet on and has 3 Speakers going in each direction. On the left, there is a student with
shackles on his eyes? looking to be listening. On the right side we have a man with a time stopper in his hand standing on a book called "education"
and on the left there is a book standing which is called "Liberation"
The second one is also very very strange.
Here we have a graduate giving a younger student shackles? and a book. Again we have shackles in the picture. Next to them is a latino man with a red
bandana and with an eagle on it. The eagle is very small but from the form its pretty much one that the Germans used.
Now what i find is the weirdest thing is the Mayan Calendar in this picture. What on earth would be your intentions to draw a mayan calendar when the
goal of the Painting was
contain depictions of negative and positive values in the lives of young people
Especially the detail of the calendar is very good when you compare it to the original one.
As said, i dont want to draw any conclusions with some theories about it.
I find those pictures very strange, very negative IMO. And there are so many out of place things which is also very disturbing. Again the mayan
calendar struck me as very odd.
What do you guys think?
edit on 18-11-2010 by TrueFalse because: Yeah well, instead of pressing preview ive pressed post