I recently flew into Cedar Rapids, Iowa for a family reunion. (No, I'm NOT from Iowa. Don't ask.)
Everyone jokes about Iowa being one big cornfield, and the Cedar Rapids Iowa won't disabuse you of this notion; it's SURROUNDED by cornfields.
You can see the fields beyond the parking lot. But you can also see some sculptures that have been placed between the airport and the cornfields.
I suppose it's an attempt to show arriving passengers that Iowa isn't all corn and pig farmers, and that they have art, too.
And not just any art: MODERN art.
The problem is that the sculptures kind of look like the tails of airplanes.
That makes the message something like "WHEW! You had a better landing than THESE guys!"
I wonder if this one is called "Whoops!"