Designed by Seeka Studio, this colorful mezuzah is in the shape of a clock tower. Hebrew numbers line the clock face, while metalwork, paints, found objects and resin combine to form this artistic and striking piece.
Seeka, meaning "pin" in Hebrew, is the studio of Israeli-born artists Nachshon Peleg and Stavit Allweis, who create their works in Brooklyn, New York. The Seeka Studio, established in 1997, is known for innovative works of Judaica, with most pieces using metal, paint, resin and found objects to give them a wonderfully unique quality.
Metal and resin
Scroll sold separately