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Freaky DIA Mustang sculpture makes a great T-shirt in which to read angry poetry rants

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As evidenced by this awesome T-shirt design, Denver graphic artist Jake Miller has found true inspiration in the recent hubbub over the scary/beautiful Mustang sculpture at Denver International Airport.

Expect to spot a few of his screen prints being worn tonight at the Westword-sponsored Fresh City Life poetry reading devoted to ol' DIAblo.

But for all that is holy, just don't look into his red laser beam eyes!!

You can also score a shirt directly at Big Fish Screen Printing.

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