Tannin Sticker
Tannin Sticker

An aquatic beast mentioned frequently with the Leviathan in the Tanakh; the word ‘tannin’ nowadays is the Modern Hebrew for ‘crocodile’. Details: these stickers are printed on durable, high opacity adhesive vinyl which makes them perfect for regular use, as … Read More

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The Fourth Beast Sticker
The Fourth Beast Sticker

The fourth and most terrible beast from Daniel’s vision, whose ten horns represent 10 earthly kingdoms, some of which will be overthrown. Details: these stickers are printed on durable, high opacity adhesive vinyl which makes them perfect for regular use, … Read More

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Yedua Sticker
Yedua Sticker

An avian-like plant creature, who remains attached to the ground via an “umbilical vine”. Its bones were supposedly used for the practice of yid oni, a forbidden practice of necromancy, famously employed by Saul to ask Samuel for battle advice … Read More

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Behemot Sticker
Behemot Sticker

The gigantic terrestrial counterpart to the Leviathan, its origins in the Genesis and its eventual destruction in the End of Days. Details: These stickers are printed on durable, high opacity adhesive vinyl which makes them perfect for regular use, as … Read More

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Dybbuk Sticker
Dybbuk Sticker

From the Hebrew word ’Dabak’ meaning to be attached, they are the Yiddish version of ghosts, who cling onto the living world to finish unsettled business. Details: These stickers are printed on durable, high opacity adhesive vinyl which makes them … Read More

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Golem Sticker
Golem Sticker

The famous legend of Prague lives on with these stickers. You can pretend to be the Maharal and put them in your attic, but if I were you I would display them loud and proud. Details: • High opacity film … Read More

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Hey all, I’m Naftali AKA Nun. It’s very nice to meet you.

I hope you like my work. Besides for a lot of ink, the influence of a yeshiva background and many years living in Southeast and East Asia go into it.

I spent most of my childhood poring over the Torah and Talmud, lost in its stories, imagery, and narratives. Admittedly, I could also be found doodling in the margins of the pages. I especially loved the aura surrounding holidays, where I could really get down to business and draw dozens of Menorahs or pomegranates or megillas to celebrate the season without having my motives questioned.

The years I have spent living in Indonesia, Myanmar, and Taiwan have undoubtedly been large influences as well. Hints of Javanese and Sundanese theater, Shan sculpture, and and traditional Chinese temple motifs can be spotted in my work.

Thanks for stopping by!