Going to the airport can be a hassle. For year’s we’ve been hearing about Denver International Airport upgrades, like a nearby hotel complex and some sort of train service. And it finally seems that construction really is in full-swing. In fact, the DIA Arts and Culture Commission saw all the blank walls surrounding the construction sites as an opportunity to be creative and perhaps a way to make airport trips more fun. (Well, maybe not fun, but more beautiful.) The result?
The mobile murals, as they’re called, will be on display at DIA for the next five year—first serving as a beautified blockade for construction and then showcased around the airport as the pieces of art they are.
“I think this is going to be a great asset to the city of Denver,” Bayley says.