Concieved in 1997 from the love story of two Israeli artists colliding in New York, Seeka, their
first line, was launched by Nachshon and Stavit. To the age old craft of Judaica, Nachshon
brought advanced technology while Stavit infused traditional symbols with playful strokes of
whimsy, color and fun.
Seeka approaches Judaica using a fresh and fearless palate to link old traditions with a new and
evolving world while paying homage to contemporary art and beyond. The line was warmly and
successfully welcomed into a US marketplace thirsty for new visual manifestation of Judaic
heritage. It has been a prominent force in the resurgent field of contemporary Judaic design