Year of the Latke
Working class with a grating exterior, you’re a real softie on the inside. Kinda plain naked, but when dressed up you’re a real dish. Compatible with Schmear’s cousin Sour Cream.
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There’s always been a healthy, productive relationship between Jews and Chinese food–from Christmas dining to a mutual love for sweet & sour flavoring.
L.A.-based comedian Seth Front (who’s also a rabbi’s son) took the relationship one step further. In his Jewish Zodiac you won’t find a Year of the Boar or Rabbit, but instead a Year of the Bagel and a Year of the Latke. According to Front’s explanations, each gastrological sign reveals the nature of people born in that year. Enjoy the fun and check out all the signs.
Designed by Brooklynite graphic artist Michael Doret, his near fifty-year career work has included logos like the one he did for the New York Knicks, album covers like KISS' "Rock and Roll Over" (1976) and various graphics, like multiple covers for Time magazine.
Approximately 3” dye-cut
¼” thick acrylic magnet