In response to council’s decision to approve the planting of 10,700 square foot mansions (plus bonus housing of 3,200 square feet) on the supposedly protected Agricultural Land Reserve in the City of Richmond, a local designer has created the perfect ‘troll apparel’.

And apparently, it’s doing a fair job of reflecting public opinion.

As reported in Richmond News, it’s a humble t-shirt, “lampooning the controversy over house size limits on the city’s farmland. In a take on the universal sign that warns drivers to beware of slow-moving farm traffic, Dan MacClure, of Creative Apparatus, has switched the traditional tractor for a luxury sports car.”

The $20 shirts are a limited edition and have proved to be quite popular. If you must have one — and they’re perfect for wearing at Richmond council meetings — they can be purchased by following this link.