Israeli Patterns

Four Israeli/Jewish themed patterns in a blue and white color scheme displayed across different medias. 

 

First pattern is Jerusalem featuring the iconic windmill and old city wall. 

 

Second and Third patterns are both Chamsas, hand-shaped good-luck symbols, one with the eye (to ward away evil) and the other with the star of David. 

 

Fourth pattern is the draidel. A spinning top that is played during the holiday of Hanukkah. Each side of the draidel has a hebrew letter which together form an anagram for the meaning of the holiday. Nes Gadol Haya Sham, A Great Miracle Happened There (Israel).