The picture is from Hashima Island. I recommend reading about it. Apparently, it was mined for coal, and then abandoned. All there is left is a ruin of concrete apartment buildings.
The picture originally attracted my interest because the stairway and apartments looked like some sort of combined Cubist / M.C. Esher picture, but it was actually a photograph. Even after painting it, I don't quite understand the layout, or what all of that rubble is in the foreground. For instance, why is the stairway crooked? And why is it outdoors in what appears to be a cold place?
Please forgive my shameless commerce, once again: This painting is for sale for $55 (plus $12.35 shipping). It's small: 9 by 12 inches, multi-media painting on recycled wood. The recycled wood has a stain in the left bottom corner, a brown dot on the border. I like it for its imperfection, but if you don't, I could either paint a solid border over it, or cut the wood smaller. Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to purchase it.
A few more pictures (click to make larger):
This one will have orange cats if no one buys it. Lots of orange cats.