The Glorious Achaemenid Empire – Persian Ketubah

The Glorious Achaemenid Empire – Persian Ketubah

Persia, or Iran as we know it today, has one of the most complex historical backgrounds, so it’s no wonder you’re interested in ketubahs with its rich symbolism and interesting motifs. As you can already tell, the way we do our ketubahs is nowhere near usual and conventional; it is unique and different, which was always our objective. In each of our ketubah designs and collections, we tend to join the traditional symbolism of the ketubahs with modern art techniques – and this Persian Ketubah collection is no exception. If you want your ketubah design to stand out, while still cherishing the tradition – you’ve come to the right place.

Persia is actually a term that the ancient Greeks used for the territory that is known as Iran in the modern age. The first Persian Empire was established around 550 B.C., and the founder was Cyrus the Great who led this empire to big victories and fame. This empire was also one of the largest ever, and it dictated many trends in culture, religion, art, and other spheres of life until it was conquested by Alexander the Great after 200 years of dominance.

How big was Persia at the very peak of its power and dominance? It stretched all the way from Europe’s Balkan Peninsula all the way to the Indus River Valley in northwest India, and it reached Egypt in the south. In fact, Persians were the first to connect the three continents through their innovative regular routes, and the first nation to develop a postal service.

When it comes to Persian culture, they’re known for their metalwork, architecture, rock carving, and especially weaving. They created impeccable rock murals, gold and silver artifacts, jewelry, and unmatched hand-woven rugs with impressive designs and bright, vivid coloring.

One of the world’s most famous archeological sites, Persepolis, was actually the capital of Persia, and it includes enormous ornamental facades and impressive architecture that can’t be seen anywhere else in the world.

The Persian Ketubah is, without a doubt, the best representative of our collection celebrating the grand Persian culture. Since Jews have been an integral part of the Persian culture for centuries, the symbolism of this ketubah design is very deep and complex. The design incorporates unique Persian Jewish motifs, eye-catching decorative flair, and a beautiful, luxurious color scheme. This Persian ketubah design is a beautiful mix between a modern and a traditional style, bringing different motifs and symbols together.


In a Galaxy Far Away: Milky Way Ketubah

In a Galaxy Far Away: Milky Way Ketubah

The Universe has always fascinated mankind – long before we even knew much about it. Today, we’re lucky enough to know much, and the luckiest of us even had the opportunity to visit some of the neighboring planets, and even the Moon. If you’re passionate about planets, galaxies, and everything Space-related, you’ll fall in love with our Milky Way-inspired ketubah collection. As always, our ketubah designs represent a unique blend between traditional ketubah motifs and unique, innovative modern-art techniques.

Milky Way is our home galaxy, and it includes our entire Solar System. The name Milky Way comes from its appearance from Earth, where it appears as a white, starry, disc-shaped band. Galileo Galilei was the first person to resolve this band of stars into individual stars. However, until the early 1920s, many scientists believed that the Milky Way hosted every single star that existed in the Universe. Contrary to this belief, Milky Way is one of the many galaxies out there, but certainly the one we know most about.

Milky Way contains 100-400 billion stars, which is a concept quite hard to imagine, and it is the second-largest galaxy in the Local Group. Compared to the Sun, The Milky Way is approximately 890 billion to 1.54 trillion times the mass of this gigantic star. It is, in fact, impossible to calculate the exact number of stars and planets contained inside the Milky Way. In addition to planets and stars, it also contains a great amount of gas and dust.

The heart of our galaxy consists of gas, dust, and stars. The very center of the galaxy, however, is a giant black hole, that may have started as much smaller. Even though scientists weren’t able to see it, due to its gravitational power it is certain that black holes can consume just about anything in Space. The current number of stars in the Milky Way isn’t finite, as new stars are created constantly. Even though we are a part of this galaxy, the Earth is moving through the galaxy sideways, and we’re 30,000 light-years away from the center.

Under The Moonlight ketubah design is a gorgeous Milky-Way-inspired ketubah piece for Space enthusiasts, as well as fans of modern art. It features eye-catching color designs, vibrant and bold color combinations melting into an ethereal piece of art.


Not All Those Who Wander Are Lost: The Lord of the Rings Ketubah

Not All Those Who Wander Are Lost: The Lord of the Rings Ketubah

The Lord of the Rings is not your typical “good vs. bad” story. It is a saga about heroes who, in spite of all the hardships and obstacles, are determined to save their world from evil. This masterpiece is in fact a perfectly designed blend of different worlds, dimensions, and creatures, thanks to Tolkien’s love and dedication to folklore and philology. The Lord of the Rings, side by side with yet another masterpiece, The Hobbit, introduced an entirely new, complex genre known as high fantasy. The Lord of the Rings is a world-famous trilogy, which entails The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Rings (2001), The Lord of the Rings: The Two Towers (2002), and The Lord of the Rings: The Return of the King (2003).

Strong symbolism is one of the most peculiar characteristics throughout the trilogy. The ring, as the main symbol, changes its meaning and purpose and goes through multiple phases, just like the characters. At first, it is a symbol of reckless power and it serves the evil. However, as the story progresses, new symbols such as the sword counteract the negativity of the ring, symbolizing unity, love, and hope.

Yet another important symbol in the Lord of the Rings is Mount Doom, from where the ring originates. Since it is the birthplace of the ring, it is also the only place where it can be destroyed, which is precisely why it is Frodo’s ultimate destination. Frodo, being the ring-bearer, is the protagonist of the trilogy, chosen by the wizard Gandalf to complete the hardest of tasks – return the ring to Mordor. In Frodo the hobbit, we see purity, courage, but also a more “human” side. Frodo is a symbol of internal battles between good decisions and temptations which can happen to everyone, no matter the character and the goodness of the heart.

The leading idea in the Lord of the Rings is a journey – small journeys, complicated paths, and journeys of individual growth. The Lord of the Rings is a tale of fellowship, temptation, adventure, and ultimately – revelation.

My Precious Ketubah is a mesmerizing, breathtaking piece inspired by the dreamlike landscape seen in Rivendell from Lord of the Rings. It is dreamy, ethereal, and both sensible and bold at the same time. This Lord of the Rings-inspired ketubah design is an ideal option for Tolkien admirers, dreamers, and fiction fans!


Psychic Reality in Modern Art: Chagall Inspired Ketubah

Psychic Reality in Modern Art: Chagall Inspired Ketubah

Many of our ketubah designs are inspired by great artists – especially those who’ve contributed to modern art. Marc Chagall is one of our favorite modern artists and his remarkable work is the sole inspiration for our beautiful Chagall-inspired ketubah collection. Whether you’re a fan of Chagall’s work, you enjoy modern art, or you’re simply looking for a bold, breathtaking ketubah design, you’ve come to the right place! Our unique ketubah designs represent a beautiful blend between Jewish tradition and daring modern art.

Marc Chagall was a Belorussian-born French painter, designer, and printmaker. It is safe to say that Chagall’s work was based on his own emotions and views, rather than on any conventions and rules. His innovative work is considered the introduction of psychic reality in modern art, but painting wasn’t his only devotion. Chagall expressed his artistic nature through numerous mediums, including sets for plays and ballet, Bible illustrations, and stained-glass windows.

What seems to have inspired his work the most is his life in Paris, where he created some of his most remarkable and iconic pieces, including Self-Portrait with Seven Fingers (1912), I and the Village (1911), Hommage à Apollinaire (1911–12), Calvary (1912), The Fiddler (1912), and Paris Through the Window (1913). One of the main characteristics of his unique style is his choice of colors and their thin application. When choosing characters in his work, he often selected his young self, and he often vividly pictured his early childhood memories in his paintings.

The harsh Nazi mentality during World War II towards European Jews forced Chagall and his family to move to the United States, where he lived in New York. After the death of his wife, Chagall’s work was mostly inspired by the memories of her, especially in the Vitebsk setting. His greatest pieces during this period of his life include Around Her (1945), The Wedding Candles (1945), and Nocturne (1947). Chagall was also heavily involved in theater design, mostly for the Paris Opéra and the New York Metropolitan Opera. In 1977, he was honored with a retrospective exhibition at the Louvre in Paris.

The Evening Doves ketubah design is romantic, mesmerizing, and almost ethereal. This design captures Chagall’s characteristic use of colors, and an unmatchable ability to make different shades, objects, and textures just fall into one effortlessly. For more Chagall-inspired pieces, make sure to visit our online gallery and pick your perfect ketubah design!


Grace and Courage: Ketubah with Horses

Grace and Courage: Ketubah with Horses

What is the first association that comes to mind when horses are mentioned? For some, horses are a sport and a hobby. For others, horses represent a passion beyond words. Due to their incredible grace and beauty, horses are among the favorite animals for many people. For centuries, horses have accompanied people in their proudest and darkest moments, and for many, they were their most reliable companions. Today, horses may not be a means of transportation, but they’re certainly admired and loved. Proud, strong, loyal, and brave – horses are a perfect choice for your unique, modern ketubah design.

Even though we mostly come across domesticated horses, once upon a time, they were outnumbered by the wild, free horses on all continents. Due to their wild, passionate, untameable nature, horses become a synonym for freedom. It was their natural wilderness that inspired numerous artists to portray freedom and rebellion precisely through the symbolism of horses. You’ll often come across artistic pieces portraying horses in their natural habitat, with long, silky mane, strong legs, and determination in their eyes, galloping into the sunset. Today, even though they’ve mostly been domesticated, horses still tend to have a mind of their own, and obey just those witty enough to win them over with kindness and friendliness.

In numerous cultures, horses represent heroism, competition, endurance, power, and nobleness. For instance, in Native American culture and tradition, a horse was considered a spiritual being, and it was their token of war. For them, the number of horses determined their strength, especially in battles, and they were also a symbol of wealth and prosperity. One of the most impactful Native American myths talks about the “blue horse”, who was considered a hero that had saved white people in distress, even though they were enemies of his tribe. The symbolism of horses in the African tradition is not any less appreciative of horses, as they stand for victory, heroism, and fortitude. The respect for these animals was so great in ancient times that Rameses the second preferred to dine with his horses instead of officers due to their character and nobility.

In a Green Meadow horses-inspired ketubah design is a piece inspired by the work of an extraordinary German artist, Franz Marc. This horses ketubah design incorporates all the elements we appreciate in a modern ketubah: a bold, vibrant color scheme, romantic scenery, and beautiful art inspired by the serenity of nature.


The World of Abstract Expressionism: Jackson Pollock Inspired Ketubah

The World of Abstract Expressionism: Jackson Pollock Inspired Ketubah

A word that comes to mind when Jackson Pollock is mentioned is a rebel. Even though it is almost impossible to describe Jackson Pollock’s art using one word, perhaps the most accurate term would be revolutionary. Pollock refused to follow the rules and treat art as something predetermined and conventional. While there is almost nothing traditional about his work, we were so inspired by his pieces that we had to create a Jackson Pollock-inspired ketubah design. Therefore, if you’re used to thinking outside of the box, and you’re an abstract expressionism fan, you will fall in love with our Jackson Pollock-inspired ketubah.

Jackson Pollock was born in Cody, Wyoming, and his childhood was heavily influenced by the Native American culture and tradition. Even though he never emphasized this part of this life or spoke about the influence of his childhood on this art, he did acknowledge the impact of some early memories on his work. Nevertheless, numerous fans and critics found an undeniable parallel between Pollock’s work and Native American art and culture.

Pollock studied at the Students’ League in New York under a painter Thomas Hart Benton, who was a regionalist painter. Naturally, Pollock’s first direction in the world of art was precisely the Regionalist style, but he was also intrigued by Mexican muralists, including Digo Rivera, as well as certain aspects of Surrealism.

A 1939 New York City The Museum of Modern Art’s exhibit named Picasso: 40 Years of His Art marked a turning point in Pollock’s life and art, as he started to appreciate European modernism. Early in his career, Pollock was much more fond of the American art, almost completely disregarding the power and uniqueness of European modern art. It is safe to say that the aforementioned Picasso exhibit motivated Pollock to rebuild his artistic persona and introduce a new, semi-abstract style.

Today, Jackson Pollock is recognized as a leader of the American Abstract Expressionism movement. Thanks to his work and dedication, American art received the much-needed spotlight and recognition, and could even compete with the European modernist movement. Jackson Pollock’s style could be perceived as radical and abrupt, but still oddly synchronized. With his radical abstract art, he redefined many artistic relationships, detached line from color, and introduced completely new categories of painting and drawing. The Number 27 Jackson Pollock-inspired ketubah is a perfect ketubah design for those who worship the boldness and uniqueness of abstract modern art!


Our Magnificent Home: Nature Ketubah

Our Magnificent Home: Nature Ketubah

Nature and its beauties have always been, and to this day are, one of the biggest (if not the biggest) sources of inspiration for many artists. Nature, in all its glory, strength, and dominance, has inspired but also terrified mankind for centuries. While it can be our best ally as long as we treat it right, nature can also be a rather cruel, vengeful enemy, and we’ve felt its wrath over and over again. It is almost as if nature were able to sense our energy and reciprocate. Therefore, whenever we feel terrified or little in the face of the force of nature, we should take a deep look into our own self and our actions.

When it comes to the connection between nature and art, we can say that it is twofold and it goes both ways. Not only can nature be portrayed through artistry, but we have also witnessed numerous works of art in nature. As much as we try to replicate nature in its breathtaking artistry, we fall short. Nevertheless, works of art inspired by nature represent one of the most genuine ways of paying tribute to Mother Nature and everything it has given us.

Even though we’re faced with an environmental crisis and we’ve witnessed numerous ecological catastrophes, there’s always hope. We may have turned our backs on Mother Nature in countless occasions, but what matters is our will to change and leave this world a better place. Each tree you plant, each bottle you recycle, each flower you decide to admire from afar instead of plucking is a step towards a better, brighter future.

Nature allows us to truly know one another, away from the crowd, the hecticness of a city, and the technology that seems to be taking over our lives. Being in nature and appreciating everything it has given us seems to be the only way to go back to our roots, be in tune with our inner selves, and find the peace we’re so desperate for. Small changes, such as soaking up the sun for 30 minutes a day, taking a walk in the nearest park, or even planting a rose can make a great difference in one’s perspective and inner peace.

Just like millions of artists all over the world, we’ve also been inspired by the vast, rich symbolism nature offers. Our nature-inspired ketubah collection is a perfect choice for nature enthusiasts and anyone interested in nature-related symbolism in their ketubah design!


Cherishing the Fruitful Tradition: The Seven Species Ketubah

Cherishing the Fruitful Tradition: The Seven Species Ketubah

When people hear that our main focus and source of inspiration when designing ketubah is modern art, they often conclude that we’ve chosen to disregard the traditional. While it is true that all our ketubah designs are created in a modern spirit, we believe we’ve found a perfect way to marry the modern and the traditional together. Our goal is always to create something unconventional, unique, eye-catching, but still meaningful, incorporating all the valuable traditional values. Our Seven Species ketubah collection is a perfect testimony to our progressive, yet the tradition-cherishing approach to art. Care to learn more? Keep on reading!

The Seven Species originate from Israel, the ancient Jewish land, and they were mainly consumed during biblical times. These seven species include wheat, barley, vines, fig-trees, pomegranates, olive oil, and honey. Besides being the staple foods of this historical period, each of these foods has a prominent symbolic meaning behind it. What’s more, each of the Seven Species has a specific role in Jewish traditional medicine.

Wheat is the first of the seven lower sefirot, symbolizing kindness. It is also believed to strengthen the body and increase mother’s milk. Barley stands for restraint, and it reminds us to set clear boundaries. This plant of the Seven Species reduces cholesterol and lowers the risk of coronary disease. Grapes represent beauty and are believed to eliminate free radicals due to their antioxidant activity. Figs, representing endurance, also stand for longevity, believed to strengthen the blood and prevent numerous kinds of diseases. Pomegranates, standing as symbols of majesty and glory, promote our immune response, protecting healthy cells.

Olive oil corresponds to foundation, being the foundation of numerous meals. It is believed to protect the heart, cleanse the liver, and have anti-bacterial properties. Due to its numerous benefits, it is also recognized as the foundation of life. Last but certainly not the least of the Seven Species, dates (honey) symbolizes kingdom. Besides their health benefits, such as supporting intestinal health, dates have a very strong philosophical meaning. The Jewish people recognized dates as a very significant symbol, since the palm tree has no waste (each of its parts is used for something), just like the people of Israel perform charitable deeds and master their own path of Torah learning.

The Species for Love ketubah design is perhaps the best representative of our colorful Seven Species collection. This ketubah design incorporates all seven species in a vibrant display of the Seven Species of Israel. Interested in seeing more of our ketubah collections? Visit our online gallery!


Breaking Out of the Chains of Simplicity: Art Nouveau Ketubah

Breaking Out of the Chains of Simplicity: Art Nouveau Ketubah

If you prefer to think outside the box, break the rules, and create your own reality – the Art Nouveau ketubah collection is the answer you’ve been looking for. Being that the foundation of our company is combining the traditional and the modern, and portraying traditional notions through the prism of modern art – we have many bold, modern designs you can choose from. But, why did we chose such an unconventional, rebellious direction to begin with? Art Nouveau is passionate, expressive, and honest – everything we wanted our ketubah designs to be.

Art Nouveau is known by different names: it is Jugendstil in Germany, Stile Liberty in Italy, and simply Modern Style in England. No matter the language and the geographic coordinates, the essence of Art Nouveau remains the same: it has been created to revolutionize not art, but people’s perception of art and life, as well. This style enjoyed its greatest popularity between the ages of 1890 and 1910, and it was mainly inspired by nature. Interestingly enough, Art Nouveau relied on the use of modern materials, including iron, glass, ceramics, and finally concrete.

The birth of Art Nouveau happened in Brussels in 1890, when the first modern interior and exterior decor was used by Paul Hankar. His adventurous and unique take on simple architectural tasks such as homes in Brussels resulted in the first Art Nouveau houses. The actual term art nouveau stems from a Parisian gallery the Maison de l’Art Nouveau (“House of the New Art”), which was opened in 1895. What could be considered the high point of Art Nouveau was The Paris 1900 Exposition Universelle, which showcased the glory of this movement. Even though modern art employs different shapes and forms that may even seem futuristic at moments, their initial inspiration was found in nature and its imperfections. In the words of Guimard, “What must be avoided at all cost is…the parallel and symmetry. Nature is the greatest builder of all, and nature makes nothing that is parallel and nothing that is symmetric.”

Le Metro Du Paris is one of the most eye-catching Art Nouveau ketubah designs, representing one of the actual architectural designs from this age – the Paris Metro, constructed under the direction of Fulgence Bienvenüe. This unique modern ketubah design portrays not only the fascinating Paris Metro but also the beauty of modern architecture, combining both the modern and the traditional Paris. Make sure to check out our full Art Nouveau ketubah collection for more breathtaking designs.


Mouthwatering Designs: Foodies Ketubah!

Mouthwatering Designs: Foodies Ketubah!

Our Foodies ketubah collection is the perfect choice for a couple that’s passionate about food, crazy about realistic modern art, and always willing to stand out! It is safe to say that this particular collection is certainly far from traditional, but still incorporating the elements you’d want in your ketubah. The Foodies collection is fun, a little bit eccentric, and quite bold, so if that’s what you want your ketubah to be – you’ve come to the right place! Let’s dig in!

We can all agree on one fact: food is more than just a necessity. For thousands of years, important events, gatherings, and life-changing situations cannot be imagined without food. Not only do need food as fuel to physically survive, but we also need it as an integral part of our lifestyles, celebrations, and traditions. All over the globe, food is seen as this inexplicable notion connecting people, bringing them together, and providing them with a sense of comfort unlike anything else. Food is so much more than a simple meal on our table; it is a recurring symbol of love, friendship, and family. It brings us to the same table, allowing us to enjoy the moment and truly connect with one another.

The Foodie ketubah design will represent your love and passion for food in all its glory. Whether you’re a passionate cook, or you and your loved one simply love food and want it as a perfect representation of your relationship – this ketubah design is just what you’ve been looking for! The Foodie ketubah is colorful, eye-catching, and bold. It portrays an abundance of food, which also symbolizes an abundance of love and prosperity for the newlyweds. This particular design is one of those pieces that will turn heads and certainly be unmatched.

At The Shuk ketubah features a realistic photo of a market in Israel, filled with delicious food, spices, and herbs. This foodie ketubah design isn’t only a perfect choice for food lovers, but also for couples who want to celebrate the beautiful culture of Israel with their ketubah. The realistic, vibrant design will make you feel like you can almost reach for the fruit at the market, smell the herbs in the air, and hear the noise of the crowd.

The Species for Love foodies ketubah design portrays the Seven Species of Israel: wheat, barley, grape, fig, pomegranate, olive, and dates. If you love modern art but still want to stay true to your roots, make sure to check out this breathtaking food-inspired ketubah design!


Modernist America At Its Best: American Modernist Ketubah

Modernist America At Its Best: American Modernist Ketubah

You may be wondering, how does something as traditional as ketubah go hand-in-hand with American Modernist art? Well, here at This Is Not Ketubah… Yes, It Is! it is our mission to create a perfect blend of modern and traditional, erasing all the limits and borders – and the American Modernist ketubah collection is just the perfect example. With our ketubah designs, you get the best of both worlds, and there’s no need for you to make any compromises! If you’re a fan of modern American art, but you’re not willing to sacrifice the traditional values of a ketubah, you’ve come to the right place.

American modernists didn’t only create visual art, but also literature, music, architecture, as well as a unique lifestyle. American modernism is bold, futuristic, and often abstract, which makes it stand out in a sea of other philosophies. The main theme and the source of inspiration for an American modernist was life in America in the 20th century, which could be described as hectic and revolutionary. Art was the only way for people to escape the grueling reality of overbearing industrialization and fundamental changes.

When it comes to famous artwork by American modernists, the most remarkable pieces include Charles Demuth’s Spring, Stuart Davis’s Lucky Strike, and Alfred Henry Maurer’s An Arrangement. When it comes to literature, the recognized artists among the American Modernist movement, such as Gertrude Stein, T. S. Eliot, and Ezra Pound were known as the Lost Generation. The literature of this age brought upon many changes, and not only when it comes to the topics they concerned themselves with, but also language and form. It is safe to say that the American Modernist movement revolutionized art forever by addressing important, yet often neglected matters such as gender, overall human conditions, and race relations.

The Brooklyn Bridge American Modernist ketubah design is a monochromatic representation of the famous Brooklyn Bridge, known as the symbol of the city’s restless, chaotic nature. Needless to say, this ketubah design would be the perfect pick for couples who are from Brooklyn, or whose love story started precisely in Brooklyn. On the other hand, if you appreciate the symbolism of bridges when it comes to unity, strength, security, and reliability. If you’re looking for more American Modernist ketubah designs from us, make sure to visit our online gallery offering dozens of modern art options!


Breathtaking Giants: Whale Ketubah

Breathtaking Giants: Whale Ketubah

The underwater world can often leave us speechless. Just thinking about the fact that approximately 80% of the ocean hasn’t even been explored yet can give you goosebumps, as we can’t even begin to imagine the unexplored depths. However, today we’re talking about whales – inhabitants of the ocean that could hardly ever remain unnoticed, especially due to their size. These giants scare many, but fascinate even more people. If you’re a fan of the ocean, the underwater world in general, or the whales in specific, we’re quite positive that our whale inspired collection is exactly what you’ve been looking for!

Whales belong to one of the most diverse groups of ocean creatures, as they can vary in size and weight drastically. To be more specific, some whales can be 9 feet long, while the biggest ones can even reach jaw-dropping 98 feet! What’s even more impressive is that the largest whales can weigh up to 200 tons (if you can imagine that!). Given the information about their size we’ve just provided, it’s no wonder whales are the largest animals on Earth, present in every single ocean. The biggest whale is known as the blue whale, and it can stretch up to 100 feet. Speaking of whale types, there are two main categories when it comes to whales: toothed and baleen. As the name itself suggests, toothed whales are known as hunters, feeding on fish, squids, and even seals. On the other hand, baleen whales, larger than toothed, usually consume krill. There are also humpback whales that live off their fat for 5.5-7.5 months a year, migrating from tropical waters to the Antarctic.

How do whales communicate? Well, the unique “melon” in the toothed whales’ foreheads is actually a mass of tissue necessary for their communication and echolocation. Unfortunately, their communication can often be jeopardized by numerous human activities, like drilling for oil which damages their hearing. Speaking of the issues whales are facing, blue whales are a heavily exploited species. There used to be over 225,000 blue whales in the Antarctic, while today there are only around 3,000 left.

The Underwater ketubah is a unique, dreamy whale inspired ketubah design, portraying the mysterious, enchanting underwater world. This whale ketubah piece embodies the mysticism of the ocean, luring the observers into the undiscovered depths. It also portrays the shadows of two whales, roaming the underwater world together, representing unity and commitment to one another. It is truly a mesmerizing, unique design that will certainly stand out.

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