I have been thinking about Camus' 1942 novel 'The Myth of Sisyphus' for at least 30 years. It's a story very close to heart because of Camus' insistence that, yes, we have our rocks to roll up hills only to see them fall down again, but we can enjoy this process. Why not - it's happening anyway?
The original drawing is based on Titian's masterpiece, Sisyphus, painted in 1548. Titian took the liberty of having him carry, rather than roll his rock, making his burden all the greater.
If you are in doubt about finding a good printer in your area, I can also send you a professional print of this image. This will incur a handling fee, plus printing and shipping costs.