The contrast of the black and white used, is downright heardtearing and touches deeply.
The mona lisa smile combined with the cartoonesque squiggle makes one wonder wether the depicted personality is smiling or about to cry, maybe even burst out in pure rage.
The lack of hands shows how open to the world this personality is.
The personality neither holds on to fleeting dreams, nor does it hold chains that bind them to the mundane world, so, showing it's total neutrality and freedom of everything.
Yet, it does have feet, so the personality once again shows it's freedom to the world, it can walk everywhere and achieve every dream, yet stands with both feet firmly on the ground, it could walk the gray concrete, or escape over the yellow brick road.
The fact it's midsection is so slenderly drawn, shows that everyone is equal and beautiful: We all exist of a core, instead of looking at the shape around it, be it fat or thin, darkskinned or white skinned. Bringing us back to the face.. which shows a dark outline, and dark features, amidst a white, open face.. showing a mixture of different ethnic groups combining in one closed circle, showing we are all equal once again, and all are connected.
This picture so, SO deeply touched me.
It should be in every museum, and painted on the Square of Freedom.