Hebrew Calligraphy, Tattoos, Hebrew Tattoos

Meet The Artist: Gabriel Wolff

Gabriel was raised in Jerusalem and currently lives in Berlin. He remembers being fascinated by letters even before he could read them. On his mother’s wall in Jerusalem, there’s a photo of him, hardly 2 years old, “writing” on her typewriter. Since then he studied Latin calligraphy in Munich and Hebrew calligraphy in Jerusalem. His […]

Meet The Artist: Sari Glassman

Tell us a little bit about yourself and your background. My name is Sari Glassman, I’m a mother of Gaia and Elai (daughter and son), Maggie, Shadow, Leo, Julu (our dogs) and Goni (our iguana that passed away in 2011). I have created this place thanks to my son Elai, who was born with cerebral […]

Meet The Artist: Ya’akov Klein / YK

Tell us a little bit about yourself and your background. I have a Yeshiva background and after I got my University degree in the US, I learned how to polish and trade diamonds, which remains my main occupation today. I got interested in scribal art, so I started to research this field and published articles […]

Miriam, Passover, Pessach

Meet The Artist: Marie Annette Singer

Tell us a little bit about yourself and your background. I’ve done illustration, calligraphy, and painting for clients and for myself, on and off over the years. I attended Kendall College of Art and Design of Ferris State University in Grand Rapids Mi. Afterwards I did ink wash advertising illustration for Wurzburg’s department store, (the […]

Challah, Challah Cover, Israeli Artist

Product Review: Challah Cover by ThreeGenerations1

Challah Cover  Product Details Material: linen, cotton, metallic embroidery thread  Measurements: approx. 38cm x 48cm (15″x19″) Machine washable at 30°C Our verdict: Wonderful product, excellent price, easy to clean  **************** You all know by now that all of us here are head over heels in love with Judaica. How couldn’t we? Just look at all the […]

Meet The Artist: Noa Baranes

I was born and I grew up in a small town in France, when I turned 18 I bought a one-way ticket to Australia, and have been travelling/living in different places until I found out that my home is in Israel. I am very passionate about travelling and creating. I recently started to teach myself […]

Meet The Educators: Amanda Herring and Mo Golden of The Jewish Planner

Amanda Herring and Mo Golden are both experiential Jewish educators from the D.C. area. They met in graduate school, where they discovered their mutual interests and complementary skills. Amanda is based in D.C. and works as an event curator and experiential educator connecting Jewish text and tradition, food and farming justice, and environmental advocacy in […]