Meet the Artist: Diama Hanouka

Photo: Courtesy of Diama Hanouka Tell us a little bit about yourself and your background. Growing up in Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs was truly a delight. Beautiful weather, harbour views and a beach around almost every corner, made for a great place to grow up. After school, I attended The National Art School and then moved […]

Meet the Artist: Ali Rose Dachis

Photo: Courtesy of Ali Rose Dachis Tell us a little bit about yourself and your background.  I grew up in Minneapolis, Minnesota. I wanted to be an artist as long as I can remember, when I was 9, I joined an after school program that involved acting in a play, designing and creating the sets, […]

Meet the Ketubah Artist: Lauren Lowenstein

Photo: Courtesy of Lauren Lowenstein Tell us a little bit about yourself and your background.  I’m originally from New York City, but moved to Washington DC for college and very much consider it to be my home. After graduating from college, I participated in a program called Avodah – the Jewish Service Corps, which really […]

Meet the Artist: Saba Shahriari

Photo: Courtesy of Saba Shahriari Tell us a little bit about yourself and your background. I was born in Iran into an artistic family. As Baha’is in Iran we faced religious persecutions, and because of that we immigrated to the United States so we could practice our basic human rights, even as simple as access […]

Meet the Designers of TouchwooDesign: Assaf Goldstein & Ofir Baruochi

Photo: Courtesy of TouchwooDesign Tell us a little bit about yourself and your background. We, Assaf Goldstein and Ofir Baruochi, are industrial designers, graduates of the Jerusalem Hadassa College. We both worked for a few years as employees of the Israel Museum and after obtaining the required experience, we decided to branch out on our […]

Meet the Brand: Netillah

Photo: Courtesy of Netillah What inspired you to start your company, Netillah? Netillah was started by Orly Wahba. Her inspiration was to have more meaningful mitzvot. She started it in order to enhance people’s homes along with their mitzvot. Netilat Yehdayim is a huge mitzvah. Keeping our hands clean also keeps our bodies and souls […]