Mar 24

Ketubah of the Day

Fuji Blossoms Ketubah

by Tinak

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With a distinct asian style and Mount Fuji seen at a distance, there’s only one artist this Ketubah could have been inspired by — the brilliant and talented Katsushika Hokusai! Although Hokusai began creating works of art in the 1770's, his use of color and detail were way beyond his time. More specifically, The Fuji Blossoms Ketubah pulls inspiration from his well-known series “Thirty-six Views of Mount Fuji”. This stunning work of art is perfect for the couple that loves Asian culture, and have the delivery menus to prove it! Wether it’s cuddling up to a good movie with your favorite rice noodles, or always hunting out the best Sushi spots, The Fuji Blossoms Ketubah will beautifully reflect your relationship and style!



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Tinak is a collective of Argentine and New York Jewish artists who combine their passion for ancient Jewish traditions with their über-modern art styles. Their over-the-top ketubot began a modern art ketubah movement in Argentina, which is now spreading to the USA. They love every moment of what they do -- and this shows in their art. They were founded with Tzedakah in mind, donating their profits to Argentina's Jewish orphanages.