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The Unbound Haggadah is a limited-edition series of 12 cards containing the complete text of the traditional haggadah in Hebrew and in English, designed with visuals that illustrate old and new interpretations of the text.
Unbound contains the full traditional text with English translation, and can be used by anyone who wants to have a visually exciting seder. Though there is no additional text referencing specific social movements or ideas, the images in Unbound hide many surprises. And each copy comes with a fabulous red tassel!
- 12 cards
- one red tassel
- guide to using the cards
- high-tech design and printing techniques
- cards printed on heavy board with laminated surfaces
- handmade elements
- each copy is made to order
You only need one copy, since the cards can be handed out, allowing everyone to look and follow along together.
Though meant to be used at the table, this is a fantastic tool for educators teaching about the seder. Cards are protected by a layer of matte lamination. Lesson plans available upon request.
The haggadah includes the full text in Hebrew and English as well as a separate guide to using the cards.
Rabbi Angela Buchdahl Central Synagogue, Midtown Manhattan
“Eli’s Unbound Haggadah unravels new questions and new ways of experiencing the timeless tradition of a Passover Seder. The beautiful and imaginative design and symbolic imagery will delight old and young alike."
Rabbi Daniel Landes Jerusalem
“The haggadah that Eli created will connect you to the seder in new ways, with its engaging imagery and designs that will cause everyone - not just the youngest - to ask great questions."
Jay Michaelson The Forward
“Artist Eli Kaplan-Wildmann has produced an astonishingly beautiful thing called “Unbound: The Recreated Haggadah,” a craft-produced, small-batch set of twelve cards, each lavishly decorated."
The haggadah’s creator, Eli Kaplan-Wildmann, says, “I have always thought of the Passover seder as the best storytelling and performance moment in Judaism – I come from a theater background – so I wanted to create a tool that will bring that theatricality to everyone’s seder table. Unbound Books are objects that seek to bring Jewish ritual moments to life in a tactile, visual way, and people’s response to the haggadah means that this is something that was missing in our communities.”
Designed and produced in Jerusalem by Eli Kaplan-Wildmann