The word Ahava, or Love, appears in bold on the front and the Hebrew vowels are playfully scattered below, among the polka dots. There are 22 letters in the Hebrew alphabet and eight vowels, which are represented by a series of dots and slashes. In Hebrew it's not always necessary to use vowels, but when they are added they are placed under each letter, to help clarify the meaning of a word.
Barbara says, "I love the contrast of the ancient Hebrew letters against the fun vivid polka dot background, plus the word Ahava of love with its universality. For me this is the interplay of exotic ancient and bright modern, which is the essence of Hebrew and Israel today."
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