Ah, yes. Bernini's Anima dannata or "Damned Soul". Sculpted in 1619 in white marble and now housed at the Spanish embassy, Palazzo di Spagna, Rome, Anima dannata is frequently believed to represent a soul damned to hell. This belief is mistaken. In actuality, it's a self-portrait of Bernini after a brief encounter with the Urkobold.
Here, we have represented the piece with a modern art flair, just to piss off Bernini's shade a little bit more. The Urkobold has had it in for Bernini ever since Bernini gave the chair that the Urkobold commissioned to some pope.
For your aesthetic enjoyment. Feel his pain, and, through the reflected emotion of the piece, try to see and hear the Urkobold in action.