Start­ing out as a tex­tile de­sign­er in New York, artist Zeesi has a back­ground in fine art train­ing, as well as a beau­ti­ful col­lec­tion of ke­tubot. Zeesi’s ke­tubah col­lec­tion draws in­spi­ra­tion from the land­scape and sym­bol­ic im­ages in Is­rael, and is a tes­ta­ment to her skill with­in var­i­ous artis­tic medi­ums.

Not on­ly does Zeesi cre­ate and sell ke­tubot, but her Ju­daica is al­so made up of in­vi­ta­tions, jew­el­ry, and oth­er fine art prints! Noah and I did­n’t look too ex­ten­sive­ly in­to the oth­er sec­tions of her Ju­daica, but we love an artist who us­es their skill in var­i­ous fields — it gets us even more ex­cit­ed about their art­work! The Zeesi Ju­daica web­site was pret­ty straight­for­ward and user friend­ly. Her Fine Art Gi­clee Ke­tubot can be print­ed on ei­ther heavy­weight art pa­per or parch­ment, with per­son­al­iza­tion in­clud­ed in the price.

Al­though we thought her web­site was great, she def­i­nite­ly left out a lot of key in­for­ma­tion we would have loved to see, such as ship­ping costs, a more ex­ten­sive text op­tion, rush or­der avail­abil­i­ty, etc. As well she on­ly of­fers Or­tho­dox texts with or with­out Eng­lish, which was dis­ap­point­ing and lim­it­ing to po­ten­tial­ly in­ter­est­ed cou­ples.  With rich sym­bol­ic im­agery and lay­ered ac­cents, Zeesi’s ke­tubahs are def­i­nite­ly more on the tra­di­tion­al end of the spec­trum. Her back­ground in de­sign and Is­raeli in­spi­ra­tion is ev­i­dent in her use of col­ors and tex­tures, and makes for an over­all stun­ning col­lec­tion of tra­di­tion­al de­signs!