Even in full-view, I want to see this bigger. I want to see it the size of a wall, an entire room to dive into and explore. My eyes almost don't know where to start, being drawn back and forth between the television and the gas mask.
The sheer amount of content in this is mind-blowing. I could honestly stare at this for ages and still be finding new parts to look at. The limited colour palette stops the picture from feeling too busy and maintains a carefully composed sense of structure.
The colours you have chosen to include are wonderfully acidic, the red bleeding into pink, green soaking into yellow. They are a child's favourite paints, a frustrated office worker's favourite highlighter pens, an explosion of memories for someone born in 1980 who lived their first years in the visual rush of neon brights and monochrome geometry.
I don't have any suggestions to make, partly because you're operating in a realm which I have never visited and partly because I can't imagine what you could possibly do to improve this.
I think this is a brilliant piece of work. Excellent use of resources found around the community. The small hints of color here and there make it stand out. The imagery used for this is excellent and was put together very well. Overall technique is to execute this kind of piece is very good.
Some of the things I see that could be improved upon when going on to the next piece is some spots looked very jumbled. The top and portion of the picture has alot of diffrent elements working against each other. I feel this takes away from the wonderful imagery used in this piece. The other area is where the person is the gas mask is. I think making it looks like it is floating and almost looks like it doesn't belong becuase the torso portion desn't blend well with what its surrounded by.
Again overall I loved this piece and these are some of my suggestions that I hope will help you improve yourself in your next piece.