The motifs of the small prints are taken from photographs of 18th to 20th century landscape paintings that are in the public domain of the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Each of the prints has been embossed with text in bold capital letters. While the first line spells out the title of the work to be looked at, the third line names the title of a song or piece of music, which Loboda suggests as the individual soundtrack to each of the romantic, dramatic, or pastoral landscapes. The music Loboda has selected to resound inside the heads of the beholder ranges from extreme ambient, doom, or noise music, mixed with love songs. The landscape may first look genteel, but it is looked at through the veil of a vast range of human emotions.