This is a visual interpretation of a well-known, apparently simple, English nursery rhyme "Solomon Grundy". The text also has a symbolic meaning: on the one hand, the poem applies the phenomenon of the non-simultaneity of the simultaneous, on the other hand the coexistence of transience and infinity.
Original graphics are drawn with acrylic inks, 7 segments bound together as a leporello. The text is written calligraphically on the edge of the circle. A copper-colored printed cardboard was used for the back.
Edition 3, numbered and signed, diameter 38 cm, each in a box.