Giclée print of original oil on canvas painting. Babel the Fall, represents the moment when the ancient Tower of Babel, as told in the Bible, falls. After King Nimrod built his tower to the clouds, it all came to a crashing end. It is said that the people woke up unable to communicate with each other. This is usually interpreted as the moment when people started speaking in different tongues, thus the term babble. But what if it also meant a total breakdown in all means of communication? For example one of the laborers on the tower site points to the left, while the crane operator interprets the movement as meaning to the right, thus bringing down the buildings columns. In this painting I once again have felt free to play with time, and technology.