The triptych consists of a large central panel flanked by two smaller panels. A portrait of a balding, bearded man with a scar on his forehead is depicted on the central panel in black lines over a grey background. He wears yellow headphones on his left ear and a scrap of paper with an image of a rainbow is attached to his left cheek. The panel on the right features the Hebrew block letter Aleph in black and white streaky colours against a background of brown in the bottom center, grey in the upper right and pinky white in the upper left. The smallest panel of the triptych consists of a number puzzle framed in gold. The puzzle has 31 red and white numbered tiles arranged in four columns of 8 tiles each except for the top row with one empty space. The artist does so from time to time.
Width (Whole: 47 cm, Left panel: 10 cm, Central panel: 23 cm, Right panel: 13.5 cm)