His work depicts a human male facing backwards while sitting on a chair, with his right leg being on the chair. His shadow is depicted on the wall nicely and three cardboards are placed along the wall. There is a lot of unity in the work by the way the male has been placed at the center of the artists work. The whole work, the shadow, the chair and the cardboards unify the back of the male. On the other hand, there is no clear sign of balance in the work. Although, there is a slight hint of asymmetrical balance if a line can be thought between the male and his shadow on the wall.

However, since the male sitting on the chair is placed right at the center this asymmetrical balance is hard to define. There does however seem to be a balance of colors. The artist has used warm colors throughout his work. He has used variations of lightest pink to define parts of the body except his head.

Balance can be found by looking at the back of the head of the male, which is black and brown in color and at the floor which is half painted brown in color as well, which makes it look like a carpet. However, the similar color of the carpet and the head in a little darker brown and black gives a feeling of balance in the work as the rest of the body is more or less done in variations of light pink. The emphasis is clearly on the person, and the larger shadow, the way the chair is placed all add to make the back of the male the focal point of this piece of art. The directional forces seem to be moving straight from bottom to the top. However, this line is hard to determine and imagine. The ways the legs of the artist are placed implies that he is leaning a little straight forward.

Moreover the positioning of his head along with the rest of this upper body also gives the same effect. Especially the ways his head is laid and when compared to the cardboard gives the implication of a line that runs straight from bottom to top. This directional line can also be slightly seen from the fact that the cardboard is not placed exactly against the wall and there is some gap between the wall and the bottom part of the cardboard which suggests a little about the directional line as well. There is no contrast or repetition and rhythm to be found though, however, there is scale with the placement of the human body as the male can be compared with the chair, his shadow and to the cardboards to some extent. This work of art is well defined especially the way the artist has seated the male on the chair and the way he has defined the shadow..