A four-frame comic screenprinted on bristol board and Mylar. There are two areas of movement in the storyline: a vehicle overhead, and a spectator following below. The bristol board has cutout windows behind which the Mylar scenes are mounted.
The comic uses the element of the frame in multiple ways: first, the difference in materials for the frame (bristol board), and what is framed (Mylar). The cut-outs recall the act of watching, and having a frame of view. The placement of the frames also mimics the action in the story. Then, placement of the characters plays with the frames: the vehicle always appears on the Mylar, while the spectator is always printed on and cut out of the bristol board. The vehicle always stays within the rectangular frames, but the spectator begins within a frame, moves outside of the frames, and then ends within the last frame.