Zea mays is the Latin name for maize or sweetcorn, which is used for making whisky in America. The field of stars and stripes has water at its left (W) and right (E) sides, and folks are free to walk happily across its near (S) boundary: my response to the “wall talk” that was going on at that time in 2017.
Details: Pen; 2017; 23 cm x 36 cm. Original not for sale; unframed print £50.
Included in the gallery Whisky book 2017