Pretty, but enigmatic, scribbling in gold on a navy blue background.
What is it? A maze? A map of Uzbekistan's contorted boundaries? A trace of
a seismograph undergoing clear-air turbulence? A psychological test?
(I can see a horse's head, a map of India, and lovers kissing...)
The careful scholar will, of course, note that the pattern has
rotational symmetry: stick in a pin just above the "n" in
"Airsickness" in the centre of the bag, and spin the bag around
it, and you see two horses' heads chasing each other around. Just make
sure the bag is empty before doing this.
What ever you do, don't stare at this bag for too long: it might make
you sick. If it doesn't do that, it will make you permanently cross-eyed.
Thanks to David Harris. (2000)