This is a painting with the buildings of the city of St. Louis refracted from a distorted surface giving an organic appearance to what are usually rigid geometric forms—buildings. The semi-transparent delicate arch infront of the city replaces the Gateway arch. The 3 figures in the forground are taken from the history of art and distorted and desecrated with grafitti—Starry Night, Odalisque and the Mona Lisa.
The hole in the sky revealing brick is meant to represent that this is not a single copy of a scence, but a copy of a copy—a mural (which doesn't exist). It is meant to blur the distinction of a representational image—which is usually a second generation copy of an image taken from reality.