Posed on Point
The concept of Outside The Box—a cube poised on its point—is a study of perspective with significance in many metaphorical ways:
Poised on a point is about an object in balance, perfect balance in fact, like two dancers, one, in black and one, in white, who, although contorted, twisted, and/or asymmetric, are still stable as composed.
It is also an expression of attitude—who says a block has to be on its side? Two characters interact, expressing opposing emotions or attitudes, not immediately clear to a viewer on a single panel, and only discoverable when the viewer circles the entire cube in a search for clues.
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