One really successful thing about an art piece, is when you know there's something behind it, but you have to dig for it. It makes you look longer at the piece, experiencing it in full. The main vocal point behind the woman's face definitely dominates the piece. I didn't notice the man at first- which is so genius, it creates him to be a support for her. From her expression she looks broken and lifeless, the sort of feeling you get after you've been so tired of something, that it's just completely drained you. And the squished face is awesome oh my god, definitely adds to the mood. The facial features and proportions of this are really well done and crafted. The black in the clothing contrasts really well with the bright colors and the white tones in this piece. The hair is amazing, but the only thing is I've seen these colors cover and over again in Agne's Cecile's work, and my eye is really drawn to her pieces that differ from those hues.