In a confusing juxtaposition of styles, this faux-"naive" yet three-dimensional painting on glass simultaneously recalls Russian constructivism and American Southwestern kitsch. According to Data, the subject of the painting is "xilo eggs." Viewers are at a bit of a disadvantage in terms of attempting to discern whether or not this is a realistic representation of the subject, since we don't know what xilo eggs look like.

Painting this "attempt at pure creativity" kept Data away from the bridge when the ship was being taken over by the Binars. He later felt guilty for this indulgence, saying that since he needs neither rest nor diversion, he should not have left the bridge while it was under his command.