Out of print.
Did you ever drive by one of those ostentatious suburban lawns and noticed uniform rows of subtle contrasting colors? Those are made with a zero-turn mower attachment called a tiger striper (not to be confused with a honey badger) which, along with two-stroke backpack blowers, account for a large percentage of the unregulated hydrocarbon emissions in the United States. This print achieves a much lower environmental impact by creating the same effect with clear ink and a steady squeegee hand. Hang one of these on your wall, sow a wildflower mix, make sure the UPS driver shuts his/her diesel down when running the print up to your door and work your way toward carbon neutrality!