Included in the Denver Art Museum, This 40-foot tall sweep has become a great piece of artwork for the people of Denver. This giant dustpan and broomstick are established just at the entrance of the Denver Art Museum.
Providing a stunning architectural example, it also has a deep meaning to make the city clean. The pan and broomstick motivate the people of Denver to make themselves clean and do not throw garbage anywhere.
It tells the people to have broomsticks and dustpans whenever garbage is there and clean it up. No one thinks that broomstick and dustpan is the beautiful example of sculptures. But it is about keeping Mother Earth clean.