The Face of Self-Righteous Delusion rides the night sky seeking it's glorification both on Earth and in Heaven. It is accompanied by various enablers. There are also spectators. The large pink pear shaped creature is a "Hungry Ghost" of Buddhist lore. Hungry ghosts are insatiable in their needs and consume everything in their path, but since they have no anus it all festers inside. The pointing and laughing figure on the far left is the artist and/or death. The man in the foreground expresses bemused bewilderment, while baseless rage appears above him. The discarded carnival head adds to the atmosphere of nihilist frivolity.