A True Rebellion: Modern Ketubah
While many people are afraid to come out of their shell and leave their comfort zone, there are also those who enjoy thinking outside of the box and exploring modern trends. Yes, traditional means cozy, safe, and familiar, which gives us a sense of security, but sometimes what we need is a breeze of fresh air - which is exactly what modern art brings to the table. The bottom line is that, at the end of the day, we can respect and cherish our roots while still wanting more, and not everything labeled modern is necessarily opposing the traditional. If you think about it, many modern trends are merely a transformation of the old.
Modern art may be perceived as a rebellion against a stagnant system, or simply an outburst of pilled up emotions. Before modern art, artists were very limited when it comes to inspiration for their work. They were mostly creating art for their patrons who had specific requests lacking creative spirit, such as their portraits. Needless to say, there was no creative freedom or room for growth when it comes to art before the modern revolution had struck the world.
What this modern revolution brought along was an opportunity for the artist to speak their mind, express their own feelings, and portray their unique, individual experiences instead of having to follow the instructions of others. Therefore, we could say that modern art is not the opposite of the traditional - it has just freed itself from the chains of restrainment. Modern artists were inspired to start exploring concepts beyond the physical and tangible, reaching the depths of the human mind and digging into the subconscious. Never-before-seen techniques, ideas, and concepts became the symbols of modern art, which outgrew all the patterns.
A modern ketubah is a perfect way to marry the traditional and the modern into a perfect mixture. With modern ketubah, you are still celebrating the traditional, well-known aspect of your marriage, while being able to stamp your own unique mark on it. The truth is that you don't have to follow in somebody else's footsteps in order to respect the tradition that means so much to you. With modern ketubah, you will do it your own way - which is the most genuine way, and you'll be proud of it for the rest of your life.
The Wisteria No. 18 ketubah is influenced by a modern artist, Mark Rothko, who is a great inspiration for modern ketubah designs due to his bold, one-of-a-kind style. Check out our modern ketubah gallery to find the perfect design for you!