I’ve started to collect Haggadahs (im/ot/?) and just received an awesome one from Asufa Haggadah that I ordered last week. Apparently every year a group of Israeli artists come together and publish a new edition. Each artist takes on a few pages creating a unique visual Seder journey. Downside: it is entirely in Hebrew.Upside: it is a great way to practice my Hebrew.
I’m still figuring out if this kind of Haggadah can be used during a Seder or if it’s more for artistic pleasure…which brings me to my next question; do all Haggadahs used during a Seder need to be the same or can anyone follow along and read from various versions?