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Photos: Most awkward places to put new Denver International Airport ad screens

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This week, Clear Channel announced that it had made an agreement with Denver International Airport to install a "a first-of-its kind digital advertising program" that will feature 118 LCD screens throughout DIA, including six overhead video walls and four, 26-foot high diagonal LED video towers.

What will the results look like? Westword art director Jay Vollmar let his imagination run wild in a baker's dozen of hilarious photo illustrations. Count down the thirteen most awkward screen locations below.

Number 13: You are being watched! Number 12: Moving sidewalks are tired of being walked on...by ugly shoes Number 11: Did you forget to pack a ShamWow? Page down to see more of the most awkward places to put new DIA advertising screens. Number 10: It's your loss Number 9: The eyes have it Number 8: Not that kind of grass Page down to see more of the most awkward places to put new DIA advertising screens. Number 7: Conspiratorial smile Number 6: Tent sale Number 5: Getting the gate Page down to see more of the most awkward places to put new DIA advertising screens. Number 4: Dearly departed Number 3: Underwearing out your welcome Number 2: Wipe out! Number 1: Unidentified Flying Advertisement Follow and like the Michael Roberts/Westword Facebook page.

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