"How Much?" is a commentary on the concept of greed and selling out. How much are people willing to pay to achieve their desires? In this case, payment is portrayed by the various parts of the face--each of which carries its own meaning in relation to one of the five senses. The tongue conveys desire, which is quite literally blinding the eye's ability to view the situation objectively. The ear, or in this case hearing, is deaf to the consequences of the money it is imposed on. The nose, like the tongue, manifests another representation of greed through the giant coin. Finally, the gaping mouth displays the crazed act of the consumption of both money and consequence (which in this case is conveyed by the imagery of Charon's boat).