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Aurora, Colorado: 16-Foot-Tall Blue Chair on Three Legs

Titled "Unglued," this art chair has somehow remained standing since 2007.

Dallas St., Aurora, CO
Downtown, on the south side of US Hwy 40/E. Colfax Ave. at its intersection with Dallas St.
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16-Foot-Tall Blue Chair on Three Legs

16-foot-tall crooked blue chair titled "Unglued" was created, designed, and built by sculptor Christopher Weed. "Unglued" marks the west entrance of the Aurora Arts District. Can be easily seen from the street as you drive by.

[Danny Hoodak, 06/14/2014]

The chair, in spite of its detached leg, has stood since 2007.

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