This installment in the Asterick Hole series shows A****le's defiant demonstration, literally, with the face of death - in fact with the whole skeleton, as the narrator/antagonist protests and attempts to quell. The A****le in all of us trying to get out, the monster that sometimes wants to start screaming out loud for no visible reason on the subway. Anyone can relate to and maybe even identify with A****le, an aluminum helmeted and sometimes gauntleted creature who is possibly a human female, whose unfettered behavior is a bald expression of the kind of anxiety that we all experience from time to time. A****le is a monster who, like Mr. Hyde, has morphed from angsty emotions and desires. A****le's place is not in her/its accepted place in society. A****le is not a prisoner in the urban landscape - she/it revels in the trash on the street, the outdoor smells and manmade stink, the graffiti. Shot with a Canon HG 10 and a Flip. The public art is by anonymous artists and lines a wall at Laguna & Haight Streets in San Francisco.