1 – Night time. A straight shot of the Capitol Building (from the side of the Mall for those familiar with D.C.). It is a foggy night. I imagine a very loose, expressionistic art style here. Dark and moody, if possible, but the building and place should still be recognizable.
CAPTION: Some people refer to it as the “Machine of Government”.
2 – Pull out a bit. Something like a ¾ shot, still centred on the Capitol Building. Maybe see some traffic and various night time stuff going around.
CAPTION (1): As if the whole thing is an unthinking automaton that doesn't have a plan for the individual citizen.
CAPTION (2): For you.
3 – Pull back even further. Getting closer to an aerial shot, but still not quite there. The lights are starting to meld into a bigger image, but it isn't yet clear.
CAPTION: But what would you say if I told you that these people were thinking too small? That things are on a much larger scale than they realize.
4 – An aerial view at this point. With the final change in angle, the pattern becomes clear: the tracks of grass behind the Capitol Building form dark eyes, the Capitol Building a maw, and the Mall and roads coming from it are long, continuous tentacles. First caption at the top of the panel, second caption at the bottom.
CAPTION (1): Government isn't a machine.
CAPTION (2): ...it's a monster.