Experimenting with Masonic imagery and the DayGlo coloring of a black light poster.
According to Masonic tradition, Hiram Abiff was the master mason and architect of the temple of Solomon, who was murdered by three lower stonemasons when he refused to reveal the secrets of his masterful construction. Most imagery used within the secret society refers to symbolism based around this legend.
Incorporating the Eye of Providence, compass, square, sprig of acaia, plum bob, trowel, hammer and sun/moon motifs used throughout much of Freemasonry.
Many of the icons were in part a tribute to the wonderful and bizarre Masonic wristwatches produced by Swiss clockmaker Girard Perregau in the 1950s.