In art we had to chose one object from a table and draw in on a 4 by 6 piece of paper. Then we transferred the drawing onto a 4 by 6 piece of rubberish material. After which point we carved around our lines and created a print. By inking the print we were able to make many of these patterns at a time.
This is interesting because we usually only see art as a painting that was done once and made famous. But in this case the original is no longer original and it becomes one of many. Personally this is a tad odd for me. Because I always that originality is what made art special. Yet by mass producing these, it adds another aspect that I can't quite understand.