The Ketubah (a Jewish prenuptial agreement) is one of the predominant forms of Jewish art. Here, using a different typeface for each language appearing in this multilingual Ketubah (Hebrew, Yiddish, English, French and Spanish), Ezer explored a more traditional aspects of Hebrew and Latin typography, trying to combine it with his own style. For more details please click here.
Design copyright © 2007 by Oded Ezer
Concept and design: Oded Ezer
Typefaces used in this project: Zapfino (by Herman Zapf), Goudy Old Style (by Frederic W. Goudy), Shoken (by Franceska Baruch), Caslon (by William Caslon) and Beit Hillel (by Oded Ezer).