Pre-show entertainment on the street included BMX tricks by the Yellow Designs Stunt Team.There was a craft table where you could create your own artistic take on the Denver Boot, using a cardboard cutout, spray paint, balloons and other materials. A lively free-form pas de deux to "Satisfaction" and soundscapes by Pictureplane kept the audience loose. Create Denver's local-designer product-launch display and a whimsical installation by Matt Scobey from the previous night's festivities at the Spire were still open for public viewing. And Breathe Studio hosted some pretzel-tastic yoga antics on 14th Street. As darkness fell, the LED screen lit up. The following video from Plus Gallery offers an idea of the experience; find more at the Plus YouTube channel. Colorado Springs video artist Atomic Elroy focused upon his big mouth. All's well that ends well... And then, without further adieu, the Ellie transformed into a moving picture canvas. We were especially taken with the giant eyeball of doom. Aren't you? Follow us on Twitter!