A new art installation made by Tyler Kay was unveiled on June 21 in the George Bush Intercontinental Airport.

According to a June 21 news release from the Texas Department of Transportation, the mural is meant to remind travelers that Texas’ beauty should not be ruined by litter. The mural features various vibrant wildflowers combined with the Don’t Mess With Texas logo.

“It’s my hope that those viewing the mural will be inspired to keep Texas free of litter and forever beautiful,” Kay said in a statement.

The Don’t Mess With Texas program has been educating Texans about litter prevention since 1986.

“We are proud of the reception our Don’t Mess With Texas mural program has received from artists and communities who vie for the opportunity to bring a mural to their area,” said Becky Ozuna, administrator for the Don’t Mess With Texas campaign, in a statement. “We’re looking forward to adding more murals across the state.”

According to the release, this mural was meant to be a part of the airport’s efforts to create a welcoming environment for guests that reflects the culture of Texas. Travelers can view the mural at IAH's baggage claim area in Terminal A.

“Cultural collaborations like this one are a great way to add beauty to our airports, while reinforcing a sense of place for our guests,” said Alton DuLaney, curator of public art for Houston Airports, in a statement. “Texas is known for its wonderful array of wildflowers, and this project brings that color and character into one of Houston Airports’ busiest terminals.”