The mural is comprised of three distinct images that pop on four-color blocks of slightly different shapes. Going from right to left is a farmer known as the Mezcalero harvesting an agave plant at the end of his extended leg followed by three oversized agave piñas (the heart of the plant) and a decanter. Upon closer examination there are hidden elements for the mezcal or tequila aficionado to pick up. In the white space leading down to the agave is a lightening bolt. One of the teal blocks is shaped like a Mayan pyramid that is found around Oaxaca and the entire white boarder crumbles into small fragments like Sal de Gusano (worm salt) which famously accompanies mezcal.