Hamakom Box Set

$325.00

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Beautiful handmade box set of prints in a velcro latched cardboard folio. Part of the limited edition folio set: “המקום Trees of the West”

Four essential specimens explored through the fundamentals of screen printing: gradients, masking, layering, overlap, & negative space.

Contents:

  • Screen printed box (naturally)
  • Hand sewn, screen printed paper envelope (acid-free)
  • Certificate of Inspection (official)
  • Screen prints on cotton paper | 15x 10¾ in | First edition of 40

1. California Buckeye
2. Pacific Madrone
3. Oak

  • Screen print on newsprint | 18x 24 in | First edition of 40
    4. Double Giant Sequoia (key)

About Hamakom: The Hebrew word המקום (“hamakom”) translates literally as “The Place,” but this hardly captures its many interpretations. The usage ranges from one of the 100+ metaphors for invoking god in the biblical & rabbinic literature, to an Instagram hashtag popular with Israeli teenagers posting from pretty waterfalls, intent on invoking FOMO. This work is from a series that uses the concept of hamakom as departure point to study the shifting concept of place.

Weight 1 lbs
Dimensions 17.125 × 14.125 × 12 in
Edition

40

Year

2019

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SKU : F2PP02

Description

Beautiful handmade box set of prints in a velcro latched cardboard folio. Part of the limited edition folio set: “המקום Trees of the West”

Four essential specimens explored through the fundamentals of screen printing: gradients, masking, layering, overlap, & negative space.

Contents:

  • Screen printed box (naturally)
  • Hand sewn, screen printed paper envelope (acid-free)
  • Certificate of Inspection (official)
  • Screen prints on cotton paper | 15x 10¾ in | First edition of 40

1. California Buckeye
2. Pacific Madrone
3. Oak

  • Screen print on newsprint | 18x 24 in | First edition of 40
    4. Double Giant Sequoia (key)

About Hamakom: The Hebrew word המקום (“hamakom”) translates literally as “The Place,” but this hardly captures its many interpretations. The usage ranges from one of the 100+ metaphors for invoking god in the biblical & rabbinic literature, to an Instagram hashtag popular with Israeli teenagers posting from pretty waterfalls, intent on invoking FOMO. This work is from a series that uses the concept of hamakom as departure point to study the shifting concept of place.

Additional information

Weight 1 lbs
Dimensions 17.125 × 14.125 × 12 in
Edition

40

Year

2019

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