Wow Marco, what a gorgeous image you brought!
I am with Robert in that the whole image resembles the Wheel of Fortune. More precisely, it looks like a circular narrative (The top figure faces right, the bottom figure faces left, suggesting a counter-clockwise motion), a story that bites its own tail, that brings to mind the Circulus vicissitudes rerum humanarum
(As many of you probably know already, the book is composed by seven images. This is just the first one)
It is hard not to project, but I see the two characters at the right and the top as more cheerful than the two characters at the left and bottom. There is something in the shoulders cadence, plus the faces, in the last two, that suggests sadness or defeat.
Even before reading the messages in the banners, the whole image suggest that impermanence-redemption idea we can see also in The Wheel, Circulus
and some other works and we could resume -tongue in cheek- as “don’t get too cocky in your way up for sooner or later you will fall. Learn to fall will grace so you can rise again.”