There’s a specific significance about Tyler’s portrait in contrast to Josh’s. The way his hands are placed on top of his head. In this very subtle image we can see that Tyler is attempting to restrain the madness that goes on behind his eyes. The mask that hides his identity behind its woven fabric because he’s afraid what people will think when they know it’s him. He’s fighting to keep the mask on, fighting to hold everything inside, and afraid to let anyone see.