Really, it's an abstraction of the crucifixion over a collage of The Waste Land. To me, there isn't much concrete meaning to this piece. Instead, I see it more as an expression of spirit and energy behind both the crucifixion and the poem.
Blackrosekane89Featured By OwnerNov 30, 2012Professional General Artist
Unlike another certain "unique" artist on DA that I know, works like this one to me, hase purpose. You are really good at textures tied to a feeling. This makes me feel like something about burnt memories. It gives me a feeling like something scary and mysterious like from the Ring or Silent Hill.