Physical description

A drawing of human skulls on a single-sided piece of paper. The paper is cut at a forty-five degree angle along the top edge; the right edge of the paper is longer than the left edge. The background, hand-drawn in pink ink, is decorated with crisscrossing assemblages of line patterns in varying lengths and thicknesses. Two burgundy lines run vertically down the center of the paper; between the two lines are small burgundy circles. To the left of the lines are four half human skulls arranged vertically and outlined in burgundy. The eye and nasal cavities are speckled with burgundy dots. The right half of the paper mirrors the left except that the skulls are positioned approximately one centimeter lower than those on the left half of the paper. The reverse-side of the paper is blank.