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Jerise Ketubahs

By |2013-04-17T16:17:17+00:00October 25th, 2012|

If there is one thing Noah and I continually love about ketubot it's the artists who take on the very dynamic and time consuming technique of paper-cut. New Yorker Jerise Fogel successfully attempts this method and integrates unique imagery and design to make for an impressive collection of ketubot. [...]

Art By Batya

By |2013-04-17T16:12:24+00:00September 12th, 2012|

Art by Batya is a collection of ketubot pieces created by Batya Weinstock.  Her ketubot are created using a variety of mediums including watercolor, oil and paper-cut.  Batya includes not only ketubot pieces on her website, but her other artwork as well.  She even designs and creates personalized wedding [...]

Ketubah Graphia

By |2013-04-17T16:12:00+00:00September 4th, 2012|

Are you a lover of minimalist design? Ketubah Graphia will not disappoint! This ketubot website features a small collection of ketubot artwork made by artist Aliza Boyer. Stripped of the busy and intricate detail that most traditional ketubot are composed of, Aliza creates a more simple style of ketubot [...]

By |2013-04-17T14:57:01+00:00November 11th, 2011| features original artwork by artist Stephanie Caplan, who currently lives in New York City's East Village. With a rich Jewish background, the artist creates watercolor designs using bold colors and influences of great names in art,such as Rothko, to create custom art (a hefty $1800-4000 pricetag), as well [...]

Ketuv Fine Art Ketubahs

By |2013-04-17T14:48:37+00:00November 11th, 2011|

Creating personalized reproductions of new artists, Ketuv Fine Art Ketubahs was founded by artists Arielle Angel (New York) and Maya Joseph-Goteiner (San Francisco) with a mission of creating unique and original Ketubot for a new generation. Selling the art of about 15 unique artists, whose specialties are not limited [...]

This Is Not A Ketubah, Yes It Is! (“TINAK”)

By |2013-08-23T16:14:37+00:00September 28th, 2011|

This Is Not a Ketubah, Yes it is! (also known as, "TINAK") is a collective based in New York and Buenos Aires which calls on the talents of up-and-coming Jewish artists. Unlike any Ketubot we've seen before, they didn't just say they were modern, but the designs actually were [...]