Since Keith Haring first started drawing his to-be-iconic figures for the Village Voice, he quickly became a New York underground cult classic. As his style matured and his scope grew, and his figures not only represent an awesome and authentic style, but the cutting edge of New York urban cool. At least we think so. The Subway Print No. 1 Ketubah is perfect for the New Yorker couple who wants a fun and modern pattern that also alludes to the classic New York cartoon tradition, and the modern activism that accompanies it.
Ketubah Artist Bio
Tinak is a collective of Argentine and New York Jewish artists who combine their passion for ancient Jewish traditions with their über-modern art styles. Their over-the-top ketubot began a modern art ketubah movement in Argentina, which is now spreading to the USA. They love every moment of what they do — and this shows in their art. They were founded with Tzedakah in mind, donating their profits to Argentina’s Jewish orphanages.