When approached by Warner Bros to create a special work, highlighting the hit TV showThe Big Bang Theory for Comic-Con 2013 in San Diego, Sakiroo immediately set out to make something special. Instead of highlighting the characters on the show, Sakiroo illustrates one of the many scientific themes mentioned on the show.
Standing over 3 feet tall, and featuring a prominent broken mirror, the "The Big Bang Theory" displays the sheer force of a black hole, consuming everything within its path. The mirror is placed on TBBT by Sakiroo to symbolize what an astronaut will see as he or she is absorbed into a black hole. It represents the fatal truth that they will never return to the planet. As onlookers look into the broken mirror, they put themselves in to the astronauts field of vision, being the last person on Earth that the space explorer will ever see. The mirror on the work represents this on a literal level, and not just figuratively.
While watching The Big Bang Theory (TBBT), Season 6, Sakiroo focuses on themes such as the universe, wormholes, and black holes. He is influenced by Dr. Hawking’s work. Sakiroo ties in Dr. Hawking’s groundbreaking research with the scientific themes of The Big Bang Theory Show. Sakiroo, after trying several sketches, decides that the black hole is the most interesting subject matter for his original TBBT work.
Sakiroo uses his work to express that black holes consume everything. Religion, culture, history, time, space. The law of gravity on Earth is minuscule compared to the immense gravitational pull of black holes throughout the universe.