This picture symbolizes self-destruction of our civilized self. "Maybe self-improvement isn't the answer, Tyler never knew his father. Maybe self-destruction is the answer." Tyler and the narrator see themselves as rejected from the time of their birth and by their own father figures who probably never really wanted them in the first place. #rothzroom
Why not take things to an entirely new level of novel with your next gallery wall project? By hanging pieces in a tight floor-to-ceiling configuration, this complex composition begs to be browsed. It's a great solution for those who have an extensive art collection that would otherwise be collecting dust in storage.