- The Retro Ketubah $290.00
The 1970s look and feel is an era of nostalgia to us today — we imagine it as an era of youthful naivete when indeed it was an era of decadent decline. But the look and feel of that era informs the most contemporary styles; the nerd of 1971 is the hipster of 2011. Both literally and metaphorically!
The Retro Ketubah, with its concentric circles expanding out, recalls these themes, and brings the 1970s look up to the modern standard: disco music meets web 2.0, or Mick Jagger meets Lady Gaga. The Vintage Ketubah, in either case, is the right Ketubah for the record-player (or even 8-tracker) lover.View more...
- The Kiss From A Rose Ketubah $290.00
The Kiss From a Rose Ketubah combines the vibrancy of art inspired by Romero Britto, with the theme of passionate love between two women. The wild colors and dozens of patterns in the background represent a life of many changes and passion, while the foreground of two women show love in its most direct form.
The Kiss From a Rose is perfect for the lesbian couple whose passion is bright and intense, and who want a Ketubah that captures not only their love but the different sides, colors and patterns of their love for each other.View more...
- The Chicago Subway Ketubah $290.00
The Chicago Subway system, famously known as “The L” dates back to the 19th Century and still maintains some of it’s original lines. After New York constructed elevated lines, Chicago followed suit and as a result it’s subway system has lines that run both above and below ground.
The Chicago Subway Ketubah exhibits a bold subway design highlighted by bright red and yellow tones. This Ketubah is perfect for the couple that have a special affinity for Chicago life and it’s beautiful history.View more...
- The Rosengarten Ketubah $290.00
If there was one thing that Alfons Mucha accomplished with his art, it was his ability to make anything look completely elegant and classy. He perfected the balance of intricate detail with a completely delicate style. The Rosengarten is influenced by his beautiful artistic contribution to the Art Nouveau period.
The Rosengarten Ketubah is absolutely blooming with passion and romance — a gorgeous representation of two people madly in love and not afraid to be cheesy about it! This Ketubah is perfect for the couple who's love, much like a gorgeous rose, grows stronger and more beautiful every day. Seasons may come and go, but their love will never die.View more...
- The Hora Joy Ketubah $290.00
Paul Gauguin's popularity and artistic recognition didn't come until well after his death, however his work still remains a gorgeous influence in the world of art. Known for his use of color and ability to capture human emotion and movement, the Hora Ketubah is inspired by his unique and dynamic style. This Ketubah contains tons of gorgeous bold colors and movement. The beautiful texture and shading work to seamlessly tie together the Ketubah text and artistic design.
Friends dancing hand in hand, the Hora Ketubah is a reflection of the beauty of love and all it's forms. Wether it's the love you share as a newly wed couple (or a couple of 30 plus years!), or perhaps the love you share for close friends and relatives. Although your Ketubah is a special symbol for the two of you, it is also be special to the friends and family that will share these important milestones in your lives. The Hora Ketubah is not just a reflection of your relationship with each other and your loved ones, but also a FUN celebration of love!View more...
- The Boston Subway Ketubah $290.00
As America’s oldest subway opening in 1897, the Boston Subway is rich with history — fitting for a city that is already filled with beautiful culture, architecture, and important historical events. With various lines, the Boston Subway is home to the famous Green line, or what is locally known as “The T”.
The gorgeous blend of light to darker tones with the subway map makes for a beautiful Ketubah that contains both modern elements and a unique style. The Boston Subway Ketubah is perfect for the couple that not only have a love for contemporary urban style, but especially love the fun and unique Boston culture.
- The New York Map Ketubah $290.00
New York is the City of Cities — and the City of Jews. It gives Tel Aviv and Jerusalem a run for their money. New York, the birthplace of so much contemporary secular and religious Jewish culture, from Jerry Seinfeld to the Lubavitch Rebbe, is at the very heart of the contemporary Jewish experience. And the subway is at the Heart of New York.
The New York Map Ketubah is thus perfect for the Jew who could never envision himself living anywhere other than the Upper West Side — or perhaps who once thought that, until he moved to Long Island.View more...
- The Op Art I Ketubah $290.00
Optical Art isn’t for everyone: many people just don’t get it. But those who love it, really love it. Op Art is centered around the artist giving you illusions of what’s not there — movement, waving, or depth, for example — and this, indeed, is the heart of art: showing one thing but implying something much more powerful.
The Op Art Ketubah is playfully fun in this sort of way, giving different people from different angles different interpretations of what’s happening in the Ketubah. This is a metaphor of the text of the Ketubah itself, which can be, and has been, interpreted in many different ways to mean many different things. A marriage is a set of obligations and rights — and we can make of it what we will!View more...
- The Berlin U-Bahn Ketubah $290.00
The Berlin U-Bahn opened in 1902 and as a result of it’s country’s past, is a great representation of dramatic political and social shifts pre and post World War II. The U-Bahn underwent many drastic changes when the Berlin wall was built — and then again when it was torn down.
This German subway is also notoriously known for it’s gorgeous array of architecture — results of famous Swedish architect, Alfred Grenander’s evolving tastes. When connecting from one line to another, it’s been said that it can feel like traveling from one era into another. Wether you’re a history buff or a lover of maps and urban style, The Berlin U-Bahn Ketubah is a beautiful blend of modern art and evolving history.View more...
- The Parade Ketubah $290.00
Parade Ketubah is This Is Not a Ketubah's take on one of the greatest Jewish painters of the 20th century, Marc Rothko. Parade combines the abstract and merging boxes of Rothko with the array of rainbow colors. Parade has no clearly delineated boxes — instead, the boxes and shapes merge into one another, just as one's love for your partner does.
Parade Ketubah is perfect for the couple that wants a modern Ketubah without any literal representations — but who want to make a bold and vibrant statement that will stand out, no matter where in the house it hangs.
Notes: The proportion of this Ketubah is different from others on our site. The Medium or Classic ketubah size, for this one, is 12×24 (instead of the usual 16×24); and the Large size for this ketubah is 15×30 (instead of 20×30).
Notes: The proportion of this Ketubah is different from others on our site. The Medium or Classic ketubah size, for this one, is 12×24 (instead of the usual 16×24); and the Large size for this ketubah is 15×30 (instead of 20×30).View more...
- The Life in Technicolor Ketubah $290.00
Leaves, plants, and butterflies fill The Life In Technicolor Ketubah with a beautiful spirit combining nature, color, and the best of modern design. The organic feeling of this Ketubah powerfully joins cool background tones with splashes of eccentric foreground colors.
Created for the whimsical at heart (and just maybe couples who love to escape to the countryside for the weekend!), the Life in Technicolor design isn't your average Ketubah, but for the couple that truly loves al things modern. We love how all the different patterns come together in a beautiful cohesive work of art!View more...
- Subte de Buenos Aires Ketubah $290.00
The first station in Buenos Aires opened in 1913, and since then has been characterized by the murals and artwork seen throughout it’s tunnels. A lot of this artwork is even considered to play a huge part in the artistic cultural heritage of Buenos Aires. Line A, one of the many lines that make up the Buenos Aires subways, is perhaps most known for it’s use of the original all wood coaches.
The Subte De Buenos Aires Ketubah is particulary special to us since we are based out of not just New York, but Buenos Aires as well. This Ketubah is perfect for the couples that love not just Buenos Aires life, but the Argentinean culture as well.View more...