Look: The Sun Ketubah detail 2
Look: The Sun Ketubah detail 2
Look: The Sun Ketubah detail 1
Look: The Sun Ketubah detail 1
Look: The Sun Ketubah - detail 3
Look: The Sun Ketubah - detail 3
Look: The Sun Ketubah - detail 4
Look: The Sun Ketubah - detail 4
Look: The Sun Ketubah (white)
Look: The Sun Ketubah (white)
Look: The Sun Ketubah detail 2
Look: The Sun Ketubah detail 2In Hebrew and English across the center is a line from a short Hebrew poem by Judah Al-Harizi that reads, "Look: the sun has spread its wings to dispel the darkness from the earth." The lettering brings together the composition, uniting sky and clouds.
Look: The Sun Ketubah detail 1
Look: The Sun Ketubah detail 1This modern art ​inspired ketubah celebrates the art work of Kandinsky and other modern painters. The cobalt blue is not quite a Klein blue, but is definitely a nod in its direction. Circles break up the expanse of sky.
Look: The Sun Ketubah - detail 3
Look: The Sun Ketubah - detail 3Repeating and echoing geometric shapes are a hallmark of Kandinsky. The density and texture of the shapes keeps them interesting.
Look: The Sun Ketubah - detail 4
Look: The Sun Ketubah - detail 4The ketubah is available in every combination of text. Simple digital calligraphy, circle shaped.
Look: The Sun Ketubah (white)
Look: The Sun Ketubah (white)This modern art ​inspired ketubah celebrates the art work of Kandinsky and other modern painters. In Hebrew and English across the center is a line from a short Hebrew poem by Judah Al-Harizi that reads, "Look: the sun has spread its wings to dispel the darkness from the earth." This bold design uses a limited palette of cobalt, turquoise, periwinkle, yellow, and magenta against a white background.
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