The painting depicts fragmented broken chairs that are being used by government and state institutions throughout the country. But they are being built by hands of broken lives — most of them are built in detention facilities and made by prisoners. An enormous amount of people are convicted of crimes that they have not committed, or for minor issues that are in some states considered punishable till this day. Many of these people have broke the lives of others. It is the pain that is being accumulated in these chairs that the children in schools unknowingly sit on. "The fresh modern look of Savvy School Chairs combines with functionality and ergonomics for an unbeatable classroom chair." Many descriptions apply to the kind of chairs depicted. They were taken and decimated on purpose. It being the environment in which most of these items are created are jail cells. Furniture actually accounts for some of Unicor's biggest business, and inmates all around the country make everything from office chairs and bookshelves to desks and filing cabinets for federal office buildings.