I've been carving my own rubber stamps for ages now and a recent discussion on Erasercut Exchange got me looking at how to make Tessellations. There's something about tessellations that has me almost mesmerized. I used the process outlined here to make the stamp that eventually printed as this:
A great site about tessellations
EraserCuts is an amazing group of printmakers. So is the Carving Consortium.
We're still trying to figure out what the best way to print these are.