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Top 5 Modeling Myths That May Affect Your Confidence

Modern times in modeling are changing, and a lot of such information that has been circulated since the past is becoming false. We reveal 5 modeling myths so that you can be more informed and more confident to come forward to be a model.

1. You need to be size zero

This might have been true in the past where skinny was frequently related to a model. Today the industry is changing and there is, in fact, a good market for plus-size models and variety of sizes is accepted. Many of the top modeling agencies have accepted that curvy models are in demand and appeal to the market.

2. You have to be very tall

There may be strict height requirements for runway and high fashion modeling that is still in place, however, most other categories ranging from commercial, catalog, print and many other forms are more open to short heights. There is even a modeling category called petite modeling these days. It is also not impossible to break into high fashion, seeing the example of Kate Moss who was one of the first models to break into to the Supermodel scene with a height around 5’6″ or 1.67m. As long as you are passionate about the industry, you can see tremendous success being a model.

3. You are too old for modeling

Heard of senior or mature modeling? Yes, age is not a barrier for modeling! Anyone can be a model as far as you have the energy and dedication to take part and have an eventful life, modeling is for you.

4. You have to take professional photographs beforehand

If you have the time and money for it, sure go ahead, but it’s not a must. Agencies don’t expect you to be a pre-made model with all the professional photos and experience in place. What they are looking for is mostly, a fresh face that has a good attitude to develop into a professional model that will sign on with the agency for as long as possible. For starters, your smartphone quality cameras will be enough for signing up. The professional photos will be taken by the agency, the way they require it.

5. It is very easy to be rich and famous

This is a very common misconception. People watch Victoria’s Secret runway, or read vogue magazines and believe that is what a model is. Well yes, but reaching those standards isn’t going to be an overnight phenomenon. Often at the start, you will have to sideline profits and invest time and energy in building your reputation and a good track record first. Once clients start recognizing you and the agency believes in your potential, that’s when you will see a steady and good income source and start getting popular.

Stock Rustling in the American Wild West

In 1883 Captain William French left his native Ireland to try his hand at cattle ranching in New Mexico. He soon discovered ranching is as hard and challenging as the land itself. One harsh winter, like the one in 1886-7, could devastate your herd; coyotes and other natural predators were an ever-present threat; but arguably the rancher’s greatest perennial challenge was stock theft.

Stealing someone else’s stock, or rustling, is as old as the pyramids of Egypt. Ever since farmers worked the rich lands of the Nile Delta in 2700 B.C, there have been those keen to start their own herd without actually paying for it. Somehow rustlers have always had the edge over ranchers. As Captain French discovered, they used tricks to outwit the rancher that were ingeniously simple – tricks that have never been written down, but which have instead been passed down through the generations by word of mouth.

“Sleepering” is a good example. In order to succeed, a rustler had to think like the average cowboy when checking for unbranded stock. He knew that the first place anyone would look were the ears. A marked ear indicated the animal had been branded. The key to a rustler’s plan was to identify the unmarked or ‘slick-eared’ calf that hadn’t yet been weaned, and mark its ears to match the mother’s. Approximate location duly noted, he would leave the calf where he’d found it.

Herds were large, often numbering thousands. The rustlers knew this and relied on cowhands doing a casual check, just noting the earmark, and moving on to the next animal. The trick was to return when the calf reached weaning size and before the annual round-up conducted by every ranch. The rustler would separate the young animal from its mother and drive it away to his own corral where he would brand it with his own stamp before releasing it well away from the legitimate owner’s territory. The original earmark could now either be altered to suit or ignored because the brand overrode it.

The calf paid its own price. In order to overcome the strong bond it had with its mother, ruthless tactics were employed to incapacitate it and stop it returning to her. Cutting the muscles supporting the animal’s eyelids, thus ensuring temporary blindness, was one unsavoury practice; another was to apply a hot iron between the animal’s toes.

The end of the American Civil War and Abraham Lincoln’s Homesteading Act of 1862 saw a huge movement of new settlers moving west. For the cattle rustler the opportunities were greater but so were the risks; the space in which to hide their ill-gotten gains steadily shrank. The ranchers, aware that the rustlers always seemed to be one step ahead, began striking back. In Wyoming the Maverick Act conferred immediate ownership of unbranded cattle on the cattlemen’s association and cooperative round-ups started. The cattle rustler was forced to act smarter. He adopted a cloak of legitimacy, buying stock of his own and lawfully registering his own brand – sometimes more than one brand. He targeted those neighbours with a brand that could easily be altered to match his own.

Forced to target branded stock, his methods became more brutal. When the calf’s earmark couldn’t easily be tampered with such as to match the one being used alongside the altered brand, one solution was to cut off the animal’s ear down to the base. The law belatedly responded with an act prohibiting removal of more than half an ear, and restricted mutilation to just one ear per animal. Then when the existing law enforcement proved to be ineffective, the ranchers resorted to hiring quasi-legal vigilante groups who enforced swift and brutal justice with bullet and rope.

The Johnson County War of 1892, which heralded the end of open, unfettered grazing, and the introduction of barbed-wire fencing, brought large-scale rustling to an end. However thieves continued to use their ingenuity to outwit the rancher. The cattle men responded, but their methods became subtler. Cooperating with each other, they kept an eye on known or suspected rustlers; calf ‘plants’ with special colouring or marks were left as bait where the rustler could not fail to see them. Ranchers started to use ‘character’ brands which were deliberately made easy to copy and which thus enabled them to trap the unwitting rustler.

Stringent laws and modern-day technology have not put an end to the phenomenon of rustling. Surprisingly, micro-chipping isn’t as effective as branding for large herds and no full-proof method of indicating ownership has yet been discovered.

Lies and Truth About the Business of Modeling

There are many misconceptions that spread about the work of modeling and that of the agencies. Let’s us find out more about the business of modeling.

Scouters are hunting any face on the street regardless of whether the person they pick is good looking.

Some common comments go along the lines of, “I can’t believe the Scouter is approaching such an ugly person, they must desperately want to get more models.”

A common misconception about modeling is that you need to be pretty, with flawless skin, perfect Jawline, and flat abs. That is one of the most untrue claims that serve as a psychological barrier for many potential models to join this field. Not all clients and projects require pretty faces and many actually need models of marketable looks, that can range from different sizes, ethnicities, and overall body features. Size is also not a concern, as there are many plus-sized models in demand today. Someone has to market the bigger sized clothing and a product that appeal to people in that category, and definitely plus sized is becoming more relevant in the modeling fields of today.

If a credible modeling agency is sending a scouter to the street to recruit new models, it is also sending someone to be the face that represents the agency in the process; it is not going to do so blindly. Much training and knowledge of the modeling and fashion industry are taught to these scouters before they are sent out on the street. They know the different types of looks that the agency wants and that can appeal to a client before they actually approach you and give you an offer. Of course, you also have a part to play and determine the credibility of the agency through proper research online.

Everyone is so busy, who has time for modeling? It’s too much work.

Modeling doesn’t require commitment on the scale of a full-time job nor are you bound to be involved in work that doesn’t fit into your schedule. It can fit in easily into your schedule if you consider that you will be on average receiving one job offer a week with some project commitments going to even three hours or so. Of course, there are longer projects which may take a few days of shoots to finish depending on their requirements. However, the best part is you get to pick up and drop the projects that don’t suit you. In other words, you have full flexibility in your work. However, a word of caution, if you are just starting out in modeling, do not get too picky, and focus on building your portfolio and reputation as a model first.

Nowadays there are so many comments and reviews everywhere, how do I differentiate the good and bad agencies?

This may pose a big concern especially in the age of the internet, where there are many false rumors floating around, and truth tends to get buried in the comments section. It may be hard to distinguish truth from the lies, and usually one only knows the true nature of the work and the modeling process once they sign up for it. One good way is to read reviews from credible sources and websites, and not believe wholesale what you read on forums and blogs which are contentment unregulated. Google and Facebook reviews are one such way where spam and imposter comments are unpublished or removed, and only honest feedback is considered.

Another good way is to find out the models involved in the agency. Are there a good number of models? Are there models who somewhat have a similar look to you? Do they take good effort and care to have a well set-up website? Any model agency has a need to have a good website because it is often the first go-to platform for clients and models. An illegitimate or bad agency can most often be spotted from their bad website maintenance.

Modeling isn’t for me, either I am born as a model or I’m not. There is no in-between.

False! Whether you know this or not modeling takes a lot of hard work, patience and confidence. Someone with the looks of Gisele Bundchen or Adriana Lima, but without their confidence can never make it very far as a model and isn’t someone who will get through a regular casting call. No matter how you look, your personality, dress sense and the way you express your energy and this confidence means a large deal more. This impresses clients and lands you the best job opportunities.

The biggest misconception of all may be that modeling agencies are not essential and they are just out to scam. If you flip your daily newspaper or browse through your regular online catalog to shop, or any other advertisement or billboard, they are not people who are randomly picked or someone who is from that company or brand of that advertisement. In short, they are models, who most likely come from modeling agencies, and clients pick them out of many other potential models.

To Instagram or Not? How to Use Social Media to Your Advantage in Modeling

Keep everything in moderation, including your social media posts. Post pictures naturally and always keep connecting with your audience. Express good values such as gratitude by thanking your fans for compliments.

Gain followers and follow influential models yourself

Apart from gathering your vital statistics, height and weight etcetera, agencies and scouters are increasingly looking at your media presence, your likes, and followers. There isn’t a specific number but of course more the merrier. It signifies your ability to market yourself, and your appeal to the common folk, or target audience. With that said, social media only gives an added advantage, and you still have to impress during your interviews and casting calls. Find out more about how you can ace your casting call.

Walk the talk and follow influential models yourself such as Adrian Lima and Gisele Bundchen who regularly post their model pictures and update their social media accounts. Following such people will also give your potential model agencies a sense of your interest in fashion and modeling. Take caution that these high-profile model’s have a different dynamic from you and if you are still new or low key on social media your use of it must be strategically relevant for your position. Do not just copy the top models style whole sale. Although it never hurts to learn from the best, models must take the positives and apply them such that it fits our specific community appropriately.

Embrace social media, but remain a mystery too

There are some high profile models that remain low-key on social media. Kate Moss is one such example; she is press-shy and never takes snapshots in public. Post important pictures but remember to always keep the mystery. Do not keep spamming posts; hold some restraint on your posting. You definitely want to avoid the effect of irritating your followers by constantly appearing everywhere on their social media feed, especially if you posting things that are less important like cat or food pictures. Give a few days break and intervals between posts, and remember less is more. If you have nothing good don’t post it. Most importantly, staying low also means lesser chances to make offensive posts. In order to rise up the ladder of social media appeal it is important posts are well quality checked and that which retains fans and followers, thus keeping your appeal for a longer period of time.

Choose your platform wisely

This ultimately depends on your commitments and position in life and there are many cases. However you may take heart in supermodels like Tyra Banks and Coco Rocha who have millions of fans across multiple platforms and spend time in connecting with their fans despite their busy schedule and lifestyle. Coco Rocha for example has amassed millions of fans across 13 social media platforms.

If you tend to be busy, as most of us juggle part-time modeling with a full-time career or education, and have a host of other responsibilities and commitments. In such case it is better to focus your attention and energy to specific platforms that enhance your position as a model. The top platform would definitely rank as Instagram. It’s layout and design best suit your ability to share visual content such as pictures and videos easily. Though hash tags are very commonplace across most media platforms, it is effectively used in Instagram to track pictures and videos. Moreover the beauty of Instagram is the ability to easily scroll through the feed, engaging by liking and being updated on latest fashion trends and modeling content easily. You can follow modeling agencies and be updated of latest job openings and the progress of the agencies as well.

The next best platforms are Facebook, followed by Twitter, and then Snapchat. The dynamics of each of these platforms are different and are for different target audiences as well. But as far as modeling goes, Instagram still remains the best platform available and if time is an issue, then focusing it on Instagram would enable an aspiring model to reap maximum benefit.

If you have any humanitarian causes put up some information about that and show the world that your true nature and personality beyond the skin in the content you post and talk about. Hope we find you being an influential social media personality one day too!

The Job Of Casting Talents For A Film

Aspiring actors undergo a tedious process in auditions before they can get the role in a commercial or film. In this kind of industry, competition is always tough. In a pool of people who fall in line for auditions, there will be hundreds who want the same role so badly just like you. Some are even seasoned and have years of experience which make them more fit for some roles as compared to newbies. To stand out in the roster and have a fighting chance in getting the role you want, it’s very important to know both the common and specific requirements of a casting agency. Agents and directors say that they can easily separate good candidates from those they can’t work with based on this set of qualities.

1. Overall look. This doesn’t pertain to your physical appearance only but your overall presence. You need to present yourself as the role you’re targeting. Your face, body, how you stand, and your expressions and gestures should be compatible with the character that the casting agencies are looking for. This will require a great amount of calculation on your part, but be flexible in order to look and become the person they are looking for.

2. Ability to act. You want to be flawless when you demonstrate your acting skills. When you’re acting, you don’t want to appear like you are acting. You need to look and sound as natural as possible. You need to be able to present yourself as the character instead of someone just playing that character – so be completely convincing.

3. Complete professionalism. Arriving on time, having your lines completely memorized, looking good, and being ready to take every instruction well are all qualities of a professional that casting directors look for.

4. Passionate attitude. This clearly indicates how serious you are about the career you’ve chosen. You need to be able to prove that you’re ready to overcome the challenges that the acting job will present, and be the character. If the directors say you need to lose weight, cut your hair, speak with an accent, learn martial arts or jump off a building, they want to hear that you can do something to make it possible

5. Confidence. This isn’t something that can be faked. You need to be able to show that you believe in yourself and can demonstrate courage, especially when asked to do something very challenging.

4 Things a Legitimate Model Agency Asks You

We list things that a legitimate model agency does that make you feel uncomfortable but is actually beneficial for you in the long run.

Initial outlay

A model agency may ask for an initial outlay of money from you. Either they may ask you for portfolio fees or deduct a certain percentage of commission from your initial project fees, or even work at contracts. This may sound pretty demanding; however, it should not deter you if you have enough passion for excelling in the industry. The reason why a model agency extracts some initial cost from you is because they need to make up their costs of creating a portfolio for you and work required to set you up with clients. Working for free also gets you opportunities easier, for example, you can work with designers and photographers who want to create their own portfolio for free, and this allows you to gain modeling experiences as well. This makes it a mutually beneficial solution for all. The experience and portfolio you gather from the initial sacrifice of fees and payment will go a long way in getting more job opportunities.

Change your Looks to Suit Their Assignments

A model agency may ask you to do certain fashion makeovers such as changing your hair from blonde to brunette, or changing the length of your hair and so on. This is not because they don’t think you look good, but rather they usually want to fit you into the style of modeling that suits you best. For example, the agency may already have an excess of blondes, and they need a good brunette. There may be a few reasons why they ask you to change your look, but it is ultimately the best calling for your look and job opportunities in modeling. Anyway, a top class model is expected to be flexible and look good in any style or costume fitted. Hence, you should never be hesitant to change your look and style, and carry yourself with confidence in your new look.

Lose or Gain Weight

Again, although this may come off as a sensitive matter to you the industry is competitive and requires you to be at the top of your game to succeed. Even for non-mainstream modeling such as plus-size models, there are weight standards that need to be adhered to. In general, agencies have come to the point where they want to portray healthily-sized models. So they may outright reject you if you are too thin or too overweight. Hence, the key aspect to look after is your diet, your nutrition, and health. If you are doing the right things with your health your body will reciprocate naturally and your weight/ BMI would not be hard to control.

Traveling and International Opportunities

Most of us will be delighted at the sound of this, however, most of us do modeling as a ‘side hustle’ and few turn it into long-term fully fledged careers. The thought of traveling and working may sound too exhausting if you are not fully committed to the pursuit of modeling excellence. However, if you have the looks and ability the chances of working on International assignments are pretty high. Many people can only dream of such offers, so think twice before you reject them. And by the way it’s legitimate to receive the offers, and you should be given the liberty to accept or reject them.

Be open to all requests and demands but at the same time be cautious and do your research thoroughly before accepting or rejecting the offers. If you can establish that an agency is legitimate and has nurtured many models, it is likely that the demands they make of you are for your good and progress.

Discard or Repair

Every so often it happens that one of the statues I make becomes damaged. It breaks in half or just loses a leg or another small piece. That is a nuisance of course. I made a beautiful statue and that should stay in one piece. Besides, once a statue is broken it is hard to sell it because it’s value has been decreased.

I might restore it. For instance when I really liked the statue myself and wanted to keep it for my own or when I know people still want to buy it regardless of the damage. I started to call it restoration instead of reparation ever since someone asked me to restore something. I carefully put all the pieces back together and the moment I realised it was whole again gave me such enjoyment it convinced me that in some cases reparation precedes discarding. Crummy work should be disposed of all the time. That is not worth wasting your time on.

For restorations I always use a white adhesive designed for wood. It is really strong and becomes transparent when it is dry. Now you should stick the two pieces exactly together the first try. Closely observe how they should be fixed towards each other. Some of the glue may be squeezed out but that doesn’t matter, you can easily remove that with a knife afterwards. Try to maintain the pieces in the same position while holding it together. When the small fringe of glue no longer draws back into the fissure you can put it aside to dry. If glue still bulges out, cut it away with a sharp knife. Don’t worry about missing fragments. You can easily make up a paste consisting of some crushed up ceramics of the right colour and a bit of glue. Either use the small blob of clay you sometimes find at the bottom of a statue or use whatever lies around that happens to have the desired colour. Preferably use the same material the statue was made of. Carefully wad this paste into the cavity. You may have to repeat this several times due to the glue shrinking when it dries. Make sure to resemble as much as possible the original coating of the statue using a spatula or a small knife. You could even use a crayon to color the wadded piece. You’re missing some shiny enamel? Clear nail polish works just as well! If the fracture is something small, like a tail of a leg, try to incorporate a thin piece of silk at the bottom. That will not show and adds a lot of extra strength.

Thousand Pillar Hall – An Acoustic Marvel in Madurai Meenakshi Temple

India is very famous for its temples. Thousands and thousands of temples built and maintained from time immemorial. The sculptures and the building techniques will speak itself the glory of the great tradition.

Madurai is situated at 462 kilometers south of Chennai (Madras as it was known in earlier times). The famous Meenakshi Amman Temple is located in the centre of the city. Inside the temple, there are famous halls like Marriage Hall, Thousand Pillar Hall etc.

The Thousand Pillar Hall is very famous for its beautiful construction.

The hall, even though called as thousand pillar hall, it has only 985 pillars. The pillars are erected in such a way as to fall in line from any angle we view..

In the year 1983, an expert team from audiology department went in to the hall and carried out an extensive study. They have used latest scientific gadgets and found that there is absolutely no echo in any part of the temple even with all the crowd around the sound level seldom exceed 80 dB (decibel)

Naturally the noise level in a quiet surrounding will be 40 dB, in a crowded street about 80-85 dB and at the airport when a jet aircraft takes off, it will be about 100 dB.

According to the team headed by Dr Kameswaran, an ENT specialist, there appears to be a built-in mechanism in the precincts of Madurai temple for containing the echo. The total noise does not exceed a specific level which would make it unpleasant to the visitors.

The temple is an acoustic marvel, observed the experts. Near the road there is one Ashta Shakti Hall. There the noise level is only 40 dB.

The team members said that with this ambient noise it is possible for a person to contemplate and meditate the Divinity.

Roughly about 5000 to 6000 people visit the temple daily. And the sound level recorded during the peak hours is of the order of 70 dB to 80 dB.

It implies that the artisans were aware of the basic principles of acoustics. The huge icons on the unpolished pillars, the distribution of vents, the allocation of open space all around, are all mechanisms to contain the noise level. The arrangements are so made that is not crude but there is an artistic planning combining utility with beauty. This arrangement strangely contrasts with arrangement made in certain modern buildings where instruments for breaking noise and absorbing sound are hung from the roof in a very clumsy and unartistic manner.

This hall is a classic example of perfect sound engineering technique. The average height of each pillar is about 12 feet. The pillars depicts four kinds of motifs, one consisting of moulded squares, the other with rampant dragon, the third with a figure of a deity and the fourth that of a donor or his family. The unpolished pillars of exactly of same size and shape are placed at mathematically accurate positions. These aspects have made the hall echo resistant.

In addition, the pillars are so peculiarly arranges that anyone sitting at a specific spot could view a central figure without any obstruction in any position. At any position inside the hall, in consequence to the arrangement of the pillars, there open up around us 16 colonnades of varying width and such length of each side that the perspective afforded by them is simply marvelous.

The expert team rightly described the thousand pillar hall as an acoustic marvel.

Thousands of such intricate wonders are hidden in these Indian temples.

Nagarajan has written more than 3000 articles in Tamil in 18 magazines and published 52 books. He is revealing Eastern Secret Wisdom through T.V. Programmes, magazine articles, seminars, courses. He has covered various subjects in his wide range of articles which include Mantras, Yantras, Yoga, Meditation, Astrology, Astronomy, Space Science, Science and Spirituality, Hollywood cinema, Women’s progress, Aura, Significance of Colors, Reincarnation, Divine Geometry, Power of Prayer etc. As an ardent seeker of Truth, he has collected scientific experiments on mantras,

Hitler’s Wrong Symbol That Defeated Him and Saved the World

August 6th and August 9th. The days that changed the world. On August 6, 1945 an atom bomb was dropped on the peaceful city of Hirsoshima, Japan which claimed more than two lakh victims. On August 9, 1945, three days after the dropping of the first bomb, second bomb was dropped on Nagasaki which claimed about 70000 victims, men, women and children.

The Second World War showed its ugly face and the war came to an end. Hitler the most notorious dictator in the history started the war and believed that he would rule the world. It all started with his obsession on secret symbol.

Thinking that he is of the leader of a supreme race, he tried to follow all sorts of occult practices. One such practice is to choose a correct symbol.

He has selected the Swastika symbol for victory. The Hindus used to draw pictures of Swastika in each and every house. The Same Swastika Flag will be hoisted on all Hindu Temples.

But for the relief of the world he has designed it in a wrong way. There are two types in Swastika. One which is turning towards right is called Daivic Swastika which bestows all good to the user. This is being followed by Hindus.

The other type has backwards rotation. Fortunate to the world and unfortunate to him, Hitler has selected this Asuric Swastika meaning demonic type of Swastika. More over while designing he has rotated it to 45 degrees also which added more evil than good!

Both these changes caused him heavily. Even though he got thunder like victories initially, ultimately the wrong symbol had its own impact on him. And he committed suicide.

But the wrong symbol which was around for some time in the world had its own ultimate impact on Hirsoshima and Nagasaki.

There are about 20000 symbols in the world. All civilizations have used symbols for their good. Imagine a moment, a world without symbols. If there is a dangerous turn ahead, there is a warning symbol. For the Cars, Rails, Ships, Planes there are symbols for their safe movement, navigation, landing, take off etc.

The people of the ancient world used correct symbols to ward off evil eye and they invited wealth, prosperity, victory through these specified symbols.

Is there any proof that symbol will work? Yes, take the one dollar bill and that is the proof. The Founding Fathers of America has ingeniously designed it with all occult symbols including Pyramid, eye, olive branch, 13 arrows etc.

We may also select and use symbols according to our needs. Just keep the symbol in your purse or wallet. You may see the results for yourself.

The various symbols and their effects are to be described in another article.

Good Luck.

Nagarajan has written more than 3000 articles in Tamil in 18 magazines and published 52 books. He is revealing Eastern Secret Wisdom through T.V. Programmes, magazine articles, seminars, courses. He has covered various subjects in his wide range of articles which include Mantras, Yantras, Yoga, Meditation, Astrology, Astronomy, Space Science, Science and Spirituality, Hollywood cinema, Women’s progress, Aura, Significance of Colors, Reincarnation, Divine Geometry, Power of Prayer etc. As an ardent seeker of Truth, he has collected scientific experiments on mantras,

Finding The Beauty In Judaica Art

There’s a lot of different ways that you can celebrate the amazing elements of Judaica. But did you know that there’s a lot of fine art that exemplifies this world? You may see some things here and there, especially around the holidays, but there are fine artisan crafts and pieces that you can explore on a deeper level out there. There’s something glorious about art that comes Judaica, and you’ll see that there’s something great to explore if you just know where to look.

Beyond The Basics

When you think of Jewish art, you may immediately think of the Star of David. You may also think of symbols that celebrate the rich history of the Torah and other elements that come with the faith. But did you know that there are other things to explore? There’s so many symbols that can be found sacred to those that keep the faith, and are from the lineage of David. Many of these symbols are transformed into incredible pieces of art, with gold, silver, and other fine metals. The design goes beyond the basics, so that you are able to honor the art form and celebrate the Jewish tradition all the same.

Finding Options

Finding Judaica is not that hard. You will find that there’s a lot to explore online. Amidst the many options that you will see, you may be drawn to what’s available on luvaton.com. Jewish art comes alive with a unique artistic touch that you will not find anywhere else. There’s a true beauty to the forms and spaces utilized in the pieces found here, and you’ll definitely be amazed at what can be put together. Finding options can be easy, but stepping into a whole new world of art can be a bit tough, which is why this solution is well worth exploring on a deeper level.

For One and All

Whether you’re Jewish, or you have family, friends, or simply want to celebrate the faith and culture, you owe it to yourself to look at the amazing Judaica art that is being produced today. Never before has so much amazing work been on display and for sale. Whether you choose one piece or several, you’ll no doubt sense the glory that comes with the amazing pieces put together today. Going beyond the basics, and finding new beauty in the past, present, and future is made simple when you know where to look. The designs will certainly enthrall you.