A Ketubah is a Jewish marriage certificate that is usually ornate and decorative, a piece of art that can be displayed in the home. This was commissioned by a bride-to-be who was unhappy with the options she had found. She had a specific image in mind of a stained-glass window depicting Jerusalem with a clear sky and love birds. I worked with the printer to allow for the "lead lines" of the design to be printed in raised black ink that puffed up to add an element of texture and dimensionality.
A second soon-to-be-married couple loved the couple and, with permission, asked for a version with a slight color variation, more pinks and purples for a more feminine sunset. Theirs was printed on a clear sheet and was displayed in a light-box frame.