This comprehensive piece of artwork is the symbol of the genesis of manmade quandary that the environment and nature is in today. The detailed and perceptive uses of dark hues highlight the compass of misuse of the nature that is the radix of all forms of life on earth. The use of black and white tones in the man-made buildings to create a greyish effect represents the zenith of destruction caused by humans. The insightful use of colours portrays the artist’s acumen that is aptly reflected in the blue skies that have a grey intensity in them because of the smoke coming out of the chimneys of the buildings. The ingenuous choice of yellow to paint the skull is a deliberate move on the part of the artist to accentuate it as opposed to the rest of the painting. The skull is more or less an ironical symbol illustrating the danger that the man’s lust for power and growth has put Mother Nature into. The portrayal creates an aggressive and hostile atmosphere that though is a place that has employed years of human labour to gain its contemporaneous appearance but it is not a place one would like to dwell.