Jerusalem Spell

Sounding bag

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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STORY

Jerusalem can easily cast a spell on you without you even noticing. It can start before even setting foot inside the city, hearing the ka’ek seller calling out for people to buy his freshly baked ka’ek or the clinking of copper associated to the man selling cold Kharoub juice.
The sounds of people walking bounces in all directions like busy bees, the sounds of coffee grinding, the machine squeezing juice, or the calls coming from behind to make way for wheel carts maneuvering their way around the alleyways. Best of all is the voice of the ice cream seller calling “Buza Rukkab” who leaves a smile on your face, yet leaves you wondering, how does the ice cream manage to find its way and pass through the checkpoints to reach Jerusalem every day?
The minute you yearn for these sounds, you begin to realize that you have become yet another victim under the spell. Carry this cotton bag to keep a direct link to these Jerusalem sounds.

SPECIFICATIONS

Design
Ghadeer Dajani (PS)

Screenprint
Ayed Arafah (PS)

Tailor
George Qarra’a (PS)

Year of design
2015

Material
Cotton textile from Hebron

Size
33.5 x 40.5 cm

Additional Information

Weight 0.116 kg
Year of design

2015

Material

Textile

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