Friday, March 28, 2014

Passover Artisan Retro Modern Art Gifts Bring More Meaning Fun to Jewish Holiday of Matzah


All images in this post from CafePress with Designs by Rotem Gear

Passover is just around the corner, this year starting with the First Seder the night of Monday, April 14th. Since this ancient annual Jewish festival will be here soon, if you are having a Pesach dinner at your house or will be joining friends and family elsewhere, it's time to consider how to make this holiday more meaningful, fun and one to remember.
Retro Matzah Baby Onesie $21.99, Designed by Rotem Gear

This night -- and in fact the whole holiday which last eight days -- is indeed different than all other nights celebrated in Judaism. 

So, what could be more perfect than augmenting your own Passover celebration  or that of your host/hostess with a gift that truly enhances the holiday, something that is affordable, unique, special and that can be enjoyed for years to come?
Tonight We Recline Square Pillow $23.99, Designed by Rotem Gear

Rotem Gear offers a full range of playful original graphic Passover holiday items that are unforgettable and like nothing else you've ever seen. From pillows where guests can recline around the table and darling baby onsies, to new things this year such as conversation piece drinking glasses, potholders, cutting boards and snack plates, there is so much to choose from. 

The best part is that you have a part in the finished product! That's because every item is made to order and you get to pick from a variety of color combinations to create your gift.

Got Matza Chef's Apron $25.99, Designed by Rotem Gear

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Passover is April 14-23, 2014

All these great Pesach items and more are available at Rotem Gear now. 

Passover Heroes Names Glass $19.99, Designed by Rotem Gear
Orders for Passover must be received 8-10 days before the holiday starts to ensure your delivery arrives on time.

Retro Matza Rectangular Pillow $23.99, Designed by Rotem Gear
About Rotem Gear
Featured as 2012 Indie Merchant on, inspiration behind this reasonably priced designer line comes from the bustling world street markets where shoppers peruse a kaleidoscope of spices, textiles, styles and gadgets. The original graphics Rotem Gear blends into the collection of practical housewares and apparel reflect a one-of-a-kind mix of cultural diversity, urban landscape, vintage style and pop culture. In addition to the Passover line featured in this post, the brand has a wide selection of gift products for other Hebrew holidays as well as Jewish t-shirts, Asian t-shirts and more -- all infused with vintage and retro style graphics or a quirkly combination of both vibes. 

For more information visit the online Rotem Gear shop as well as follow the designer on Twitter and Facebook.

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