Nava Shoham’s Material Options
Nava Shoham opens our traditional view of the Ketubah to the modern possibilities offering an amaizing print material.
The Giclee Paper
Giclee (pronounced jee-clay’), a French word meaning sprayed ink is a modern reproduction method increasingly being used by many ketubah artists. Because of the many layers of ink applied to the surface, Giclee reproductions appear to be ‘painted.’ Archival, ultra-chrome inks and 100% cotton papers rated to last for 120 years are used. This high tech method of reproduction offers the Ketubah artist more product options and more flexibility to modify and personalize their artwork.