Hebrew Tattoos

Over the last decade, I have created tattoo designs for well over a thousand Jews (as well as many Christians), on all 5 continents. Each of those tattoos is the expression of a singular story, puristically using only Hebrew letters.Listening to all those stories, I came to understand that Jewish visibility is something a lot of us secular, reform and masorti Jews are concerned with.…

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Pro tip for your Hebrew tattoo: Talk to your artist & make sure the he or she doesn't make it too small, otherwise over time the tattoo might fade and the letters might touch one another or, if you have it, the nikkud (the dots & dashes around the letters), will 'connect' to the letters.Followers: 357…

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M's last name is Soifer. Like many Jewish names, this name is a Yiddish version of a Hebrew name: Sofer, meaning scribe. Yiddish is a mix of Hebrew, German and some Slavonic languages. During the centuries, most consonants were pretty much conserved. Most, not all. But vowels often changed from time to time and from region to region.Followers: 9.4K…