All based on existing op-art lenticular technique, the rug shows two adjacent patterns that blend together into one. The rug was hand knotted in Nepal, made out of wool and silk. The graphic of the first series is based on traditional kilim, but here in varying heights of pile technique.
The collection, conceived as second reading of the persian rug, takes its inspiration from the lenticular Israeli artist Yaacov Agam who’s work we have been familiar with since childhood. He revolutionised the world of optic perception and kinetic illusions in art. An iridescent collection, capable of changing from the vivid colours of daytime to the less bright shades of the evening, just like the mirror of water of a lake, «agam» in Hebrew, changes its reflection.