Chhering Negi’s (b. 1987) black and white woodcut series Rear Window was envisioned as a ‘collective book’. A critique of today’s polluted environment, his beautiful female protagonist is seen surround by bounteous nature in all its glory. Unable to survive the pollution, blossoms give way to the thorny cactus plant that replaces the girl’s face (Rear Window–X). In another work, Rear Window-IV, the girl dons a gas mask.