This was bouncing around in Twitter's echo chamber. I believe the original finder is @TaylorThirwell who kept the blog Crosley Field Terrace. This must be that massive crockpot that was installed on the Riverfront during the 1952 World Chili Cook Off. Or possibly a concept matte painting for Riverfront Stadium on an aerial photograph of downtown Cincinnati. The tweet also links to these two images of Cinergy Field re-design concepts. The exterior looks like putting makeup on a cookie-cutter pig, but the inside seems nice - if a little Wrigley. Now, more than ever, I'm guessing the city wishes it had gussied up the old stadium and skipped Paul Brown entirely. Though it's unclear to what extent retrofitting Riverfront would have represented a long-term savings over building GABP, with its entirely new skeleton, more sustainable (hopefully) design elements and novelty factor.