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A drawing of five skulls on a one-sided piece of paper. The drawing is horizontally oriented. The top-right edge of the paper is cut into a concave curve; the bottom-right edge is cut at a forty-five degree angle. The background of the drawing is decorated with crisscrossing assemblages of line patterns of varying lengths and thicknesses. There are two parallel orange lines extending horizontally from the very left skull to the right edge of the paper; all of the line assemblages above the parallel lines are drawn in orange ink, below the lines are both orange and yellow assemblages. In the foreground, five human skulls are drawn in a row; the skulls are outlined in dark green ink, the interior space is white, and the eye sockets and nasal cavities are decorated with crisscrossing green line patterns. The reverse-side of the paper is blank.

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