The building designers are merciless in their designs as they do not pay attention to the problems and issues that the workers could face. The picture shows the light side of life where the workers not caring about the threat are seen eating their meals on the crane bar below which lies thousands of feet of nothingness and the earth below. The picture tries to say more in one click than more, because it seems more reasonable to think about the conditions and reasons of such a condition than simple click without a meaning. The picture is an assured resemblance of human need and the extent to which they go to fulfill those needs.
The human need of Ebbet to showcase the workers and their life seeks to unfold the meaning that he had in his intent of taking this picture. Ebbet’s human need of compassion, empathy, love and brotherhood is apparent in his work of this picture which is nothing but a sense of care for the workers. He used art more than what is stood for, just as Abbott used to challenge human vision, but Justin is not an artist because is acts are not artistic in their real sense.
Justin has been a notorious teenager having experienced fame with his death defying stunts above tall skyscrapers. His work, which he claims as a form of art, is not so exactly because his work lacks the abstractness that is dominantly rooted in the artist’s expression. In contrast, Abbott is more daring as an artist because she challenges the commonality of humans and the common notions they hold to view the world. Ebbet is a fantastic artist who is trying to ring up unanswerable questions by displaying the workers conditions, yet capturing their happiness in the most dangerous situation. Justin is far different from these two artists who defined traditional arts and established their value in the minds of the observer.