The image used above -- a work called "The Tomb of Boecklin" by German painter Ferdinand Keller -- has a lot of vivid texture. The clouds of froth moving down the slow-moving river seem slick and palpable. Other details are vague or borderline impressionistic. This juxtaposition gives the piece a dream-like feel.
I've tried to compliment that mood with the title by way of a classic archaic/medieval-looking font [called Tarantis, no less] in smooth apple-hued stone.
The embellishment on the bottom is intentionally dark and understated.