This Is Not Your Bubbe's Yarmulke by the Forward

This Is Not Your Bubbe's Yarmulke

Image by Craig Caplan

Craig Caplan

Too lazy to sort through your parents’ kippah drawer? Now, you can print one — in 3D.

Per NPR:

And yes, before you ask, it is kosher. Caplan consulted with rabbis to make sure that his model could be worn worry-free by all members of the tribe (though as Heeb points out, why you would need one is a whole other story).

There’s a downside, however. As Caplan pointed out to NPR, “they don’t do as good of a job at concealing the aging Jewish male’s bald spot, as I can personally attest.”

Author

Anne Cohen

Anne Cohen

Anne Cohen was the Forward’s deputy digital media editor. When she’s not looking for the secret Jewish history of Voodoo in New Orleans, or making lists about Ruth Bader Ginsburg , she writes for The Assimilator. She graduated from the Columbia Graduate School of Journalism with an M.S. magazine concentration in 2012.

This Is Not Your Bubbe's Yarmulke

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