The works within this cycle mark a return to the nocturnal themes explored by Vesselin previously but with a striking difference in aesthetic. Where previously, themes of the night entailed draping the canvas in subdued dark blues and greens, the night appears heavenly and luminous in this cycle. Figures appear before candlelight, and drink in the lustrous “night” sky adorned in yellow and gold but nonetheless displays Vesselin’s distinct crescent moon. Even those figures that appear dismembered or disembodied throughout this cycle exist harmoniously within the rich pigments and gaseous textures of Vesselin’s nocturnal world.