Meet The Artist: Alex Aronov of Aleph Aleph

Photo: Courtesy of Alex Aronov Alex Aronov is the self-taught multimedia artist and woodworker behind the brand Aleph Aleph. He skillfully hand-carves and creates Judaic items from wood, metal and stone.  Tell us a little bit about yourself and your background.  I emigrated with my family from Uzbekistan as one of the many refugees leaving […]

Meet The Artist: Anna Kozemjakin

Photo: Courtesy of Anna Kozemjakin Tell us a little bit about yourself and your background. I was born and raised in Ukraine. I have a master’s degree in History and Jewish studies from the International Solomon University (Kyiv, Ukraine). I spent one year in Stockholm at the “Paideia – European institute for Jewish studies in […]

35+ Artistic Hostess Gifts For Passover Everyone Will Love!

*Product list can be found below. Anyone can bring fresh flowers, and chances are very high someone will, but how about getting your Passover host something artistic this year? How about an original watercolour painting or a high quality floral art print created by Rachelle or Britt? They will certainly brighten up anyone’s home! Wouldn’t […]

40 + Seder Plates to fall in LOVE with!

Photo: Courtesy of Armadillo Judaica Lovers One of our favourite holidays to celebrate is … Passover! With Passover around the corner, it’s time to shop for something new. How about a beautiful Seder plate? If you ask us, you can never have too many Judaica items in your collection. Living outside of Israel, we have […]

15 + Matzah Covers & Afikoman Bags

Don’t you just love setting your Passover table? It’s one of the holidays we get most excited about. Mainly because we get to cook for a group of people and host them for a few hours. We simply love celebrating holidays in a communal setting. It can be in the form of a buffet, a […]

Meet The Ketubah Artist: Judith Joseph of Judith Joseph Studio

Photo: Courtesy of Judith Joseph Tell us a little bit about yourself and your background. I grew up in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, in a very Jewish home.  My father called us “non-observant Orthodox” because we knew the rules but didn’t necessarily follow them.  My parents were intellectually curious, and conversation at home was nerdy:  Judaism, history, […]