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We're turning a popular meme on its head and adding Rambam, with a touch of superhero typography style.
mishna, talmud, chanukah, torah, halacha
For lovers of Israeli folk dance who wish to show that they "heart" rikudei am with a fun style.
rikud, rikudei-am, dancers, dancing, folk-dance
"It's not a party without a Sefardi" shows Jewish Sefardic (Sephardi) pride in a fun, whimsical, edgy way.
chanukah, hanukkah, jewish-pride, ethnic, spanish
The iconic "names tee" design celebrating the heroes and heroines of the Passover/Exodus story. This version is a bright, colourful version of our classic monochrome.
exodus, jewish-holiday, pesach, passover-pesach, hagaddah
Israeli coffee is unique. From Turkish style ("shachor") to "upside down" (hafuch, our favorite) it's a lexicon of its own, We love them all.
jewish, hanukkah, coffee-lover-gift, chanukah, chanuka
Israeli coffee is unique and part of Israel's "cafe culture." From Turkish style ("shachor") to "upside down" (hafuch, our favorite) it's a lexicon of its own.
cafe, chanukah, coffee-addict-gift, coffee-drinks, chanukah-gift
Literally "soul," in Hebrew, and derived from the word for breath, "neshama" is used as a word of endearment in Israel, like "honey," or "sweetie," etc.
hebrew-endearment, hebrew, israel, israeli-slang
"Sababa," an Arabic word used in modern Israel to mean "cool," is cleverly combined with the Hebrew word for father. If you know a cool dad, this "sab-abba" is for him.
fathers-day, gift-for-dad, fathers-day-gift, cool-dad-gift, sababba
israel-gift, hannukah, chanukah, hanukkah, cafe-shachor
Anyone who has ever kived in Israel knows what "sponja" (sponge mopping) is. This ironic and funny coat of arms embraces all the items one needs to clean the tiled floor of an Israeli apartment.
sponge-mop, sponge, cleaning, mopping, israel
The Hebrew word for dance is expressed in lively colors, to express the energy of Israeli folk dance (rikudei am.)
israeli-dance, israeli-folk-dance, rikudei-am, rikud, folk-dance
dancing, rikud, dance, hebrew, folk-dance
Pop Art meets the Middle East! Evil eyes are a popular good luck charm across the Mediterranean and North Africa. These have a pop of the 60s' mod art scene, with the traditional blue and turquoise colors.
amulet, charm, good-luck, greece, israel
Cute Chanukah design with holiday wishes.
jewish, hanukkah, judaism, winter-holidays, holidays
Iconic, to the point, and brandishing crossed spatulas, this design is all about Chanukah and latkes.
chanuka, jewish-holiday, jewish, hanukkah, keep-calm
Something a bit different for Chanukah, a classic argyle, with dreidels.
argyle, chanuka, hanukkah, holidys, jewish-holidays
A highly stylized, artistic version of a hamsa, the good luck hand-shaped amulet seen in the Mediterranean and Middle East.
middle-eastern, middle-east, amulet, hamsa-amulet, evil-eye
Cute design for Chanukah. Everybody loves latkes!
hanukkah, holidays, jewish, judaism, latkes
A gray version of my fanciful hamsa design, embellished with vines and flowers.
israel, good-luck, hand, evil-eye, hamsa-hand
Torah scroll adorns this original take on the popular classic Keep On posters, this time with a Jewish twist. Great gift for Chanukah, bar mitzvah, bat mitzvah, Hebrew school graduation, or any time.
davening, pray, judaism, jewish-praying, torah
A little sweet, a little goth, a little kawaii, a little biker... that's the kind of angel we are talking about. Design spells out "angel" in Hebrew, flanked by angel wings.
hebrew, jewish, wings, malach
Fun remake of the IDF logo supporting the imaginary "Dreidel Brigade." A fun gift for Hanukkah!
dreidle, festival-of-lights, dreidel, dreidel-happy-hanukkah, dreydel
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