My 8th grade students created Agamographs based on the artist Yaacov Agam. Students first decided on two separate images that they would draw. Once completed they were instructed to cut up their wonderful art! Each one inch strip was then glued onto the corresponding section of angled paper. This allowed visitors in the hallway to see different images depending on their direction of travel. My office door is often open during lunch and it was wonderful to hear the many comments from students and teachers as they walked by the artwork in the hall. Now my 6th and 7th grade students want to try this project.