- Aug 29
- 2 min read
A Yo Semite Bear
Updated: Sep 5
Sometimes I find it more exhilarating to create a new design and then other times.
I can tell you that this was really a fun design project. It all started when my brother John Called me at 7 a.m. as I was making my coffee last week. He inquired “Can you draw a picture of a bear with a yarmulke and a tallit and send it to me?” to which I replied “I can do it right now while my coffee is brewing”
And I did.
Upon seeing it he asked “now can you put the words Yo Semite National Park on it and send that to me?”
And I did
Next he requested ” Can you place it all in the woods as a complete design?”
By now I had my coffee working its magic and I was wide awake so I inquired “ John, what’s this all about?”
He told me about Trump's comment mispronouncing the name of the park. As Jews with a sense of humor, we laughed about the image. I even changed the bear to look more semetic. Decided against that later.
Then I saw the National Museum of Jewish American Histories T-shirt with two pines and the words Yo Semite and in one breathe we said ” Our design is better.”
And it is.
John and I agreed the concept of creating a mask design would be a fun collaboration (we have enough T-shirts) and as it is oft times said… ”we were off to the races.”
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