I'm not quite sure what your point was here, unless you simply wanted to entertain people with an amusing illustration. Though I love how you had enough forethought to actually show the chameleons changing color where they touch the food. The background leaves a little to be desired, and I think you could have made it a cooler color, maybe a soft purple, to make the chameleons pop off the paper even more and to bring the foreground forward. A kitchen-type setting in the background would have been cute, with a stove top or maybe just some tiles or wallpaper design. It also would have been interesting if the top chameleon wasn't a perfect side view, and you could see both his eyes. Chameleons' eyes don't face the same direction, and I think that displaying that would have added a more interesting element. All in all though, another amazing piece from you that I find really entertaining.
Writing this will be pure pleasure because I don't remember the last time I looked at some ready made food and... wanted to trow it to the bin right away! (ok, I would keep the cameleons, they work as a decoration quite good)
I am not a fan of fast food, but some of these look quite good and tasty as they are being served in pubs or bars. This one here, is soaking with mayonnaise and... fat. The list of ingredients does look quite well, but the illustration of the final effect is just...repulsive (for me at least) I think it's the colours and tonation to ''blame''. Similar pictures should be printed all over the world because I believe this would make people look at the junk food just as it is, nothing really tasty or good for us. So lets throw this 'beautiful fatty tower' into the bin and start eating broccoli with pasta and olive oil!
I believe that with such meals in our menu, we are likely to live much longer than when eating junk food. (The cameleons eating something more lighter, will also serve us as a decoration much longer )