The "Statue of Liberty", the most iconic landmark in the United States, is a gift from the French to the Americans. The figure of the woman wearing a robe is an autonomous god in Roman mythology. She holds the torch in one hand and the Declaration of Independence booklet in the other, representing the message of welcoming immigrants from the world.
Roman numerals "JULY IV MDCCLXXVI" printed on the sleeves on both sides are the signing date of the U.S. Declaration of Independence, and the upper body is taken obliquely. One represents the U.S. pursuit of unrestrained boldness, and the other is like a general tourist looking up at the scene. From the perspective of the upper body, the inner rush is as turbulent as the torch held by the Statue of Liberty.
The image processing team redesigned it with point-like numbers to make it appear three-dimensional when viewed from a distance, and look like a statue in the field when viewed up close, with blocky fuzzy spots on it due to time accumulation.