In Jeff Sonhouse’s print, Codependence, the central subject is a handsome man with two heads, growing from the same neck. The bodiless, chiseled faces sport ten-gallon hats, typically seen as a symbol for the North American cowboy. In the background of this totemic portrait are large green leaves, which may suggest farming of valuable commodities such as tobacco. The subject is showing his teeth, but not necessarily a smile. His eyes are obscured horizontally by the brim of the iconic hat.