Date and media:
Late 20th or early 21st century, computer generated art.
Primitive, self-taught, or naive style that was popularized by Theodore
Rousseau in the 19th century, also common to the 20th century european
post-impressionists and modernists OR... part of a lesser known movement
that originated in the corporate sector commonly referred to as "bored
executive" or "entertaining the boss' kid with graphics software."
Racial commentary - the green dragon, symbolic of envy, is clothed in the traditional white trash (aka: white bread) wrappings and is breathing fire at the unknown, all that is not of his world.
His dominant station is indicated by the hierarchical arrangement in which he lords over
his white bread dragon children - this could also be an allusion to
aboriginal dream creatures used in shamanistic ritual art - which relates
back to the racial overtones expressed by the appropriation and
exploitation of art created by "the other" by the white man
(phallic dragon bodies, appropriation of chinese new year symbolism,
destruction of all that is not of one's world) - the dominant stance
of the central figure is known as "holdin' me down" (please see
"the man is holding me down").