So after it was made canon that Hal has Jewish heritage, I’ve began making a few headcanons. One of which is that he learned Hebrew and Yiddish when he was younger, and sometimes gives his nieces and nephews Yiddish terms of endearment. I also like the idea of using this headcanon to make some Batlantern goodness involving Hal crashing at Bruce’s manor after a long mission and in his tired state, accidentally mistaking Damian as one of his nephews or actually referring to Damian as his own kid.
At first I was gonna use Motek, but then I dug around and realized the the majority of the Jewish community in the US speak Yiddish and thought that would fit better for Hal… However if I got the word wrong please tell me, I’d rather fix it than let it remain a mistake.
CASAECHIESA is a small marble bookshelf where to put the book you’re reading and storing your next readings.
It is a tribute to the Italy’s history, always divided between temporal and spiritual power, Guelphs and Ghibellines, Communist Party and Christian Democracy, Peppone and Don Camillo. The books define its shape: one for the roof, the others for the bell tower.
CASAECHIESA is going to be presented today, at the 2014 Turin International Book Fair opening, with Holy See as Guest Country. You can find the minibokshelf at Codice Edizioni Stand.
Alessandro Damin, graduated in Eco-Design at the Polytechnic of Turin, is currently running his own studio in Turin , Italy, working on graphic and product design.To know more about CASAECHIESA and Alessandro Damin, please write to firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.