The Jazzberry Jam No 18 Ketubah
n 1936 Mark Rothko began writing a piece comparing the similarities between the work of modern painters and the art created by children. Rothko felt that “child art transforms itself into primitivism”. It was these writings that expressed Rothko’s shift into abstract art and the beautiful works of art he would later create. A collection of abstract pieces that are the essence of artistic thought and modern art.
Although his book was never finished, Rothko drew the conclusion that the ability to artistically draw is already advanced, that in reality, “we start with color”. The Jazzberry Jam No. 18 is inspired by Rothko’s pieces — bringing beautiful design and Ketubot art back to basics. Although completely simple and minimal, this gorgeous Ketubah is the perfect blend of a unique tradition and bold contemporary design.
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