Jeanette Kuvin Oren’s work usually involves meeting with committees from synagogues, JCC’s, and national organizations who commission her large wall hangings, mosaics, Torah covers, and Ark curtains. But being a Judaic artist these days means “pivoting” and trying new ventures. During the last few months, Kuvin Oren asked herself “How could an artist help with the elections?” She started designing “Vote” masks and fabrics. And the minute Joe Biden announced Kamala Harris as his running mate last week, Kuvin Oren thought “Baruch HaShem,” (Thank G-d). She says that her second thought was “B’ezrat Ha Shem,” (With G-d’s help). Then she went to her computer to design the B”H 2020 logo. The inspiration, Kuvin Oren says, “came instantly.”


She did not expect the outpouring—so many people shared her sense of hope when seeing the design. Within minutes of posting on Facebook, “the logo took off. Friends and friends-of-friends asked where they could get a tshirt, yard sign, or kippah with the B”H design on it.” 


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Yard Signs, Hats, Kippot, Masks

Tshirts, Bumper Stickers, Popsockets

Tank tops, tote bags, iphone covers, and more.