Borrowing elements from contemporary Persian rugs, each rug carries one aerial shot repeated four times, mirroring one another to have the same center.
“In the visual sense, our eyes are not trained to see things from above,” says Hanauer. “So if you suddenly get this aerial view, it takes time to see what it’s suppose to be.”
Hanauer, who started his collection as a student project but has started selling them now, mainly used aerial images of American cities like Los Angeles and Las Vegas as to him, they already have a composed pattern.
Watch him in action below.
[via Huffington Post]