Peyton Manning’s illustrious career was commemorated in bronze Saturday in Indianapolis.
A statue of the legendary Colts quarterback was unveiled outside Lucas Oil Stadium, and by the looks of it, it may have skipped leg day.
— Indianapolis Colts (@Colts) October 7, 2017
Some statues are in fact purposefully built out of proportion in order to give the illusion of anatomical correctness when looking at it from a dramatically low angle, a practice that dates back to ancient Greek and Roman times. David, one of the most famous sculptures in history, has a larger head and torso for this very reason.
At least Manning’s statue didn’t skip forehead day.