Coat of printed satin. The floor-length coat has a rounded neckline and a center-front opening that extends the entire length of the garment and is secured with a single cloth-covered circular button at the throat. It has long sleeves and is fully lined in a salmon damask silk woven with a floral-foliate design. The entire garment is photo-printed with scenes of room interiors in various styles. Designer's label sewn inside at back collar: "Todd Oldham". From Oldham's Spring 1997 collection.
Coat of green and black wool boucle with gold Lurex trim. Long sleeves; 3/4 length. Side seam pockets. Rounded notched collar. Center front opening with 5 circular metal buttons and braided button loops. Unlined. Designer's label at center back neckline: "Todd Oldham"
The platter's edge is a yellow crackled surface on that encloses a green crackle texture in the center. Six purple curved rectangular shapes begin at the outside edge and move to the center while yellow and orange coils fill one side of the interior of the platter.
The sculpture depicts a crackled yellow head with blue eyes. The bottom portion of the head, including the mouth is not included in the sculptural piece. A serpentine shape in the same yellow color encircles the top of the head. Sitting atop the head like a small hat is a green cylindrical shape out of which protrudes a coil-rope funnel shape.
The artwork is in the shape of a plate and on it is depicted a masked man applying something to a large cactus like shape. The plate is rimmed in a textured blue. The light yellow background of the plate is covered with hieroglyphic type marks and symbols. The man's body is a heavily textured green color and his mask is orange.