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If you like distinctive designs
and handicrafts, you’ll surely find
unique items perfect as a gift
in the Palestinian Museum Gift Shop.

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from 9:00 to 17:00
Friday: closed

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Catalogues

Labour of love 

New Approaches to Palestinian Embroidery

Curated by: Rachel Dedman
with contribution from:
kristine khouri, tina sherwell, kristen schied, tania tamari nasir, chiara de cesari.
No of pages: 341 
Language: English/ Arabic 
Dimensions: 25X30 cm 
date of publication:2018
publishing by: The Palestinian Museum

Spring is Here

Author: Tania Tamari Nasir
No of pages: 72
Language: Arabic/ English
Dimensions:
Publishing House: Institute of Palestinian studies

This Arabic/English publication features original embroidered designs of 23 Palestinian spring flowers with landscape photographs of the spring in Palestine accompanied by relevant literary texts, including poetry, on Palestinian flora. This new book is a must for all those who love flowers and embroidery.


At the seams
A political history of Palestinian embroidery 

Author: Rachel Dedman
No of pages: 303
Language: Arabic/English
Dimensions:
ISBN: 978-9953-0-3641-0
Publishing House: The Palestinian Museum

Driven by archival and academic research, primary fieldwork and interviews with embroiders across Palestine, Lebanon and Jordan, At the Seams hopes to shed new light on embroidery from Palestine, exploring its history and contemporary significance side by side. Clothing is made by the hands to be felt on the body in the most intimate of ways, but has at the same time the ability to reflect, extend and manifest political realities and social urgencies.


Postcards

Postcard


Size: 10x15 cm
Material: Paper
Year of design: 2016
Design: The Palestinian Museum
Theme: At the Seams: A Political History of Palestinian Embroidery exhibition

Inaash al-Mukhayyam al-Filistini in Beirut started applying Palestinian embroidery to modern dresses in the 1970s. This dress was designed by Malak al-Husseini and embroidered by women from Shatila refugee camp.



Postcard

Size: 10x15 cm
Material: Paper
Year of design: 2016
Design: The Palestinian Museum
Theme: At the Seams: A Political History of Palestinian Embroidery exhibition

The British Mandate brought European cotton into Palestine, which women used as linings and patches in eye-catching positions. A Bedouin dress from the early 20th century (turned inside out), from the collection of Malak al-Husseini Abdulrahim.


Postcard

Size: 10x15 cm
Material: Paper
Year of design: 2016
Design: The Palestinian Museum
Theme: At the Seams: A Political History of Palestinian Embroidery exhibition

Everyday dresses were transformed and changed with the life of their wearer, using different patches of embroidery and linen.
Everyday dress from the early 20th century (turned inside out), from thecollection of Tiraz: Widad Kawar Home for Arab Dress.


12 cities posters


Size :(48*33) cm              
Materials: Carton            
Designer: NOL  

 
Palestinian cities skylines posters. 


12 cities postcards skyline

Size :(11.5*17) cm
Materials: carton             
Designer: NOL  


Palestinian cities skylines postcards.


Frame cards
   
Size :(23.3*18.5) cm       
Materials: Carton              
Designer: NOL  

 Frame cards with Palestinian holy land cities sketches and color.

Post Card Collection

Size:14.5 x 10.5 cm
Material:Recycled cardboard
Year:2019
Designer:Natalie Tahan
Theme:Intimate Terrains Exhibition

10 postcards featuring sketches of almond branches and flowers, fig leaves, olive branches, and pomegranate.


Color and post postcards
   
Size :(11.5*17) cm           
Materials: carton             
Designer: NOL  


Palestinian cities color postcards.

Posters

Kobar Poster


Size:A3 (unframed)
Materials :Carton
Artist:Nabil Anani 
Date:2018


A poster print of Palestinian artist Nabil Anani’s Kobar. 


Silwad Poster


SizeA3 (unframed)
Materials:Cardboard
Designer:Nabil Anani 
Date:2013


A poster print of Palestinian artist Nabil Anani’s Silwad.


On the land #3


Size:A3 (unframed)
Materials:Cardboard
Artist:Khaled Hourani 
Date:2015


A poster print of Palestinian artist Khaled Hourani’s On the Land #3.


On the land 


Size:A3 (unframed)
Materials:Cardboard
Artist:Khaled Hourani  
Date:2015


A poster print of Palestinian artist Khaled Hourani’s On the Land .


Jerusalem Poster



Size:A3 (unframed)
Materials :Cardboard
Artist:Nabil Anani 
Date:2011


A poster print of Palestinian artist Nabil Anani’s Jerusalem.


Jerusalem Poster


Size:A3 (unframed)
Materials:Cardboard
Artist:Sliman Mansour
 



A poster print of Palestinian artist Sliman Mansour’s Jerusalem.

Behind the Landscape Poster

Size: A3 (unframed)
Materials :Cardboard
Artist:Nabil Anani 
Date :2013


A poster print of Palestinian artist Nabil Anani’s Behind the Landscape.


Gift Wrap

Size:42 x 59.4 cm (3 wraps)
Materials:Paper 
Date:2019
Designer:Natalie Tahan
Theme:Intimate Terrains Exhibition


White gift-wrapping paper with olive branch and pomegranate watermark.

T-Shirt

T-Shirt

Size: S, M, L, XL
Color: Navy
Material: Cotton
Year of Design: 2018
Design: The Palestinian Museum
Theme: The Palestinian Museum’s architecture

 

Print inspired by the clean and contemporary architectural design of the Museum that blends seamlessly with the rolling terraces of Palestinian hills.


T-Shirt

Size: S, M, L, XL
Color: Grey
Material: Cotton
Year of Design: 2018
Design: The Palestinian Museum
Theme: Jerusalem Lives exhibition

Wear what represents you! This piece shows a map of the entire Jerusalem District, which was used as a logo for the Jerusalem Lives exhibition. It shows a map of Jerusalem Palestinians desire, without the borders, restrictions and schemas imposed by the occupation. The map is inspired by Grassroots Jerusalem initiative.
Jerusalem Lives aims to focus on the living aspect of the city and support its people. The exhibition attempts to examine the city of Jerusalem as a case study metaphorically representing globalisation and its failures and to find answers to inspire a better future.


T-Shirt

Size: S, M, L, XL
Color: Red, Grey, Pink
Material: Cotton
Year of Design: 2018
Design: The Palestinian Museum
Theme: Labour of Love exhibition

Embroidery lovers! Try out our unique collection of T-shirts that feature embroidery motifs inspired by our Labour of Love: New Approaches to Palestinian Embroidery exhibition which explores Palestinian embroidery and its shift from a personal practice driven by love, to a potent symbol of national heritage, to a product circulated in the global marketplace.  

T-Shirt

Size: M, L, XL
Color: White, Blue, Black, Grey, Purple
Material: Cotton
Year of Design: 2016
Design: The Palestinian Museum
Theme: The Palestinian Museum’s logo

The Palestinian Museum’s logo is shaped like a speech bubble. It reflects the Museum’s ambition to host continuous conversations with its audiences and encourages members of those audiences to connect among themselves. The logo is designed by Venturethree in London and by the Lebanese typographer Nadine Shaheen.

Tote Bags

Tote Bag

Size: 41x38 cm 
Color: Green, Pink 
Material: Cotton
Year of Design: 2016
Design: The Palestinian Museum
Theme: The Palestinian Museum’s Logo


The Palestinian Museum’s logo is shaped like a speech bubble. It reflects the Museum’s ambition to host continuous conversations with its audiences and encourages members of those audiences to connect among themselves. The logo is designed by Venturethree in London and by the Lebanese typographer Nadine Shaheen.


Tote Bag

Size: 41x38 cm
Color: Off-White
Material: Cotton
Year of Design: 2018
Design: The Palestinian Museum
Theme: Labour of Love exhibition

This bag artfully features Palestinian embroidery motifs inspired by our Labour of Love: New Approaches to Palestinian Embroidery exhibition which explores Palestinian embroidery and it’s shift from a personal practice driven by love, to a potent symbol of national heritage, to a product circulated in the global marketplace.


Tote Bag

Size: 41x38 cm
Color: Navy
Material: Cotton
Year of Design: 2018
Design: The Palestinian Museum
Theme: Jerusalem Lives exhibition

This piece shows a map of the entire Jerusalem District, which was used as a logo for the Jerusalem Lives exhibition. It shows a map of Jerusalem Palestinians desire, without the borders, restrictions or schemas imposed by the occupation. This map is inspired by Grassroots Jerusalem initiative.
Jerusalem Lives aims to focus on the living aspect of the city and support its people. The exhibition attempts to examine the city of Jerusalem as a case study metaphorically representing globalisation and its failures and to find answers to inspire a better future.


Tote Bag

Size: 41x38 cm
Color: Black
Material: Cotton
Year of Design: 2018
Design: The Palestinian Museum
Theme: The Palestinian Museum’s architecture

Print inspired by the clean and contemporary architectural design of the Museum that blends seamlessly with the rolling terraces of Palestinian hills.

Mugs

Mug


Height: 8x10 cm
Capacity: 0.5 Litre 
Material: Ceramic
Year of Design: 2017
Designer:The Palestinian Museum 
Theme: Jerusalem Lives exhibition

This mug is printed with a map of the entire Jerusalem District, which was used as a logo for Jerusalem Lives. It shows a map of Jerusalem Palestinians want to see, without borders, restrictions or schemas imposed by the occupation.The map is inspired by Grassroots Jerusalem initiative.
Jerusalem Lives aims to focus on the living aspect of the city and support its people.The exhibition attempts to examine the city of Jerusalem as a case study metaphorically representing globalisation and its failures and to find answers to inspire a better future.


Mug

Height: 8x10 cm
Capacity: 0.5 Litre 
Material: Ceramic
Year of Design: 2018
Designer:The Palestinian Museum 
Theme: Labour of Love exhibition

This mug features different embroidery motifs inspired by our Labour of Love: New Approaches to Palestinian Embroidery exhibition which explores Palestinian embroidery and it’s shift from a personal practice driven by love, to a potent symbol of national heritage, to a product circulated in the global marketplace.

Brochures

The Palestinian Museum Garden’s Brochure

Size: 49x59 cm
Material: Paper
Year of design: Second edition, 2017
Design: The Palestinian Museum
Theme: The Palestinian Museum’s gardens

This catalogue provides information on 69 plants in the Palestinian Museum’s Gardens, attached with a map illustrating the location of each plant in the gardens, providing the visitor with information while examining the plants closely. The gardens, designed by the Jordanian landscape architect Lara Zureikat, narrate the horticultural history of Palestine. Visitors can see aromatic and medicinal plants, together with the traditional legume and cereal crops and surrounded by wild fruit trees. Because of the seasonal nature of many plants, some will be growing at time when others are out of season.

Pins

Pins

Diameter: 6 cm, 4 cm
Material: Stainless steel
Year of Design: 2018
Design: The Palestinian Museum
Theme: Labour of Love exhibition
Warning: Not for children under 4

Our pins feature embroidery motifs inspired by the visual identity of our Labour of Love exhibition to decorate your bags or clothing. Labour of Love: New Approaches to Palestinian Embroidery explores Palestinian embroidery and it’s shift from a personal practice driven by love, to a potent symbol of national heritage, to a product circulated in the global marketplace.


Pins

Diameter: 6 cm
Material: Stainless steel
Year of Design: 2016
Design: The Palestinian Museum
Theme: The Palestinian Museum’s Logo
Warning: Not for children under 4  

The Museum’s logo shaped like a speech bubble, reflects the museum’s ambition to host continuous conversations with its audiences and encourage members of those audiences to connect among themselves. The logo is designed by Venturethree in London and by Lebanese typographer Nadine Shaheen.


Pins


Diameter: 4 cm
Material: Stainless steel
Year of Design: 2016
Design: The Palestinian Museum
Theme: The Palestinian Museum’s Logo
Warning: Not for children under 4  

The Museum’s logo shaped like a speech bubble, reflects the museum’s ambition to host continuous conversations with its audiences and encourage members of those audiences to connect among themselves. The logo is designed by Venturethree in London and by Lebanese typographer Nadine Shaheen.
 
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