Dunlap, Iowa: Big Dalmation and Girl holding Teddy Bear
A 16-foot-tall painted plywood sign created by artist John Cerney in 1999, placed at the edge of a cornfield.
- US Hwy 30, Dunlap, IA
- On the east side of US Hwy 30, three miles south of downtown Dunlap or seven miles north of downtown Woodbine.
Big Dalmation and Girl holding Teddy Bear
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This large piece of roadside art which can be found (and not missed) if you travel Highway 30 from Woodbine, IA to Dunlap, IA. It is a 16 foot tall painted plywood sign created by John Cerney in 1999. It was placed in a cornfield as a visual oddity for drivers.
From John's website: "John Cerney is a Salinas, California native whose artwork can best be described as 'giant cut-out art,' ordinarily viewed from the comfort of your automobile."
[Cheri Morris, 02/16/2008]
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