Inspired by both the traditional Kilim technique, often made from horizontal and diagonal lines, and the current graphic trends that multiply geometric shapes (lines, polka dots, squares, and hexagons), Bertjan Pot has combined small, apparently randomly colored, multicolor triangles to create the Hex Hex rug. Their combinations and permutations offer a multitude of different geometric perspectives: they combine to form larger triangles, diamonds, trapeziums, hexagons, and chevrons. Certain parts of the triangles are not only colored, producing a real kaleidoscopic effect, but also have small patterns (tiny dots, wavy lines, straight lines, etc.). They evoke the symbols that have been found in the production of Kilims since the dawn of time: flat woven wool rugs, with no knotted ties. The richness of its geometric construction, coloring, and decoration make the rug seem so alive that it appears to spring to life, linking it to the pop art of the 1960s. Hand-woven kilim rug made of 75% wool/ 15% silk/ 10% other natural materials (cactus vegetable fibre). Please allow for a tolerance of +/- 3% in terms of both length and width.