Mar 15

Ketubah of the Day

Lost View of Fuji Ketubah

by Tinak

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With a stunning asian landscape and beautiful blue sky you can’t help but feel you are truly looking at a lost view of Mount Fuji! This gorgeous work of art is inspired by the famous “Thirty-six Views of Mount Fuji” series by Katsushika Hokusai. Hokusai’s series depicted the breath taking view of Mount Fuji in various seasons and from different locations. The Lost View of Fuji Ketubah shows Mount Fuji during a beautiful season — blooming with gorgeous flowers, wildlife, and color! This work of art is for the couple that not only love good Japenese food, but also appreciate the gorgeous works of art that have come from artists like Hokusai. This gorgeous Ketubah will not only be your daily view of Mount Fuji, but a reminder of your passionate and exciting marriage!

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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.