Ahava (LOVE) Cotton Tote Bag

Ahava (LOVE) Cotton Tote Bag


This sturdy cotton tote with metallic silver Ahava measures 15"X17", without the handles.


It marries icons from Jerusalem and Philadelphia in a fashionable and artistic statement. The purchase of this item is a double mitzvah, as the proceeds directly benefit two major Jewish Museums. The National Museum of American Jewish History in Philadelphia, and the Israel Museum in Jerusalem.


In 1977-1978, the American artist, Robert Indiana (b. 1928), created a 13-foot-tall steel sculpture in the spirit of international brotherhood to the people of Israel. The work, using the four letters of the Hebrew word ahava (love), is based on his well-known word-sculpture "LOVE". A Love sculpture, designed by Indiana, was first placed in Philadelphia's JFK plaza in 1976 as part of the United States' Bicentennial celebration. It immediately became a beloved Philadelphia icon.


This sturdy cotton tote with metallic silver Ahava measures 15"X17", without the handles.

It marries icons from Jerusalem and Philadelphia in a fashionable and artistic statement. The purchase of this item is a double mitzvah, as the proceeds directly benefit two major Jewish Museums. The National Museum of American Jewish History in Philadelphia, and the Israel Museum in Jerusalem.

In 1977-1978, the American artist, Robert Indiana (b. 1928), created a 13-foot-tall steel sculpture in the spirit of international brotherhood to the people of Israel. The work, using the four letters of the Hebrew word ahava (love), is based on his well-known word-sculpture "LOVE". A Love sculpture, designed by Indiana, was first placed in Philadelphia's JFK plaza in 1976 as part of the United States' Bicentennial celebration. It immediately became a beloved Philadelphia icon. 
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