In the last year I typically have seen in church flyer design be either an abstraction or a rock concert. Here’s how I designed for our Church’s Christmas services this year.
I was born in the 1980s – to a child of the 80s, what single object represents time travel best? You might say it’s the phone box from Bill and Ted’s Excellent Adventure but I’d say nobody remembers that movie and that’s what makes Keanu so sad. It’s definitely the Flux Capacitor from Back ToContinue reading “Church Camp Logo : Time Travel – Full On Twenty Eleven”
Over the years I’ve made a few church Christmas flyer designs for St Phils. Over that time, I’ve seen the most popular service for Christmas move from the morning of Christmas day to a Christmas Eve service that is hugely popular with busy people who have lots to do on Christmas day. I received instructionContinue reading “Church Christmas Flyer Design : The Night Before”
In January each year, my church runs a week long camp for school years 6 – 12 kids called Full On. It’s known to be as much fun for the leaders as it is for the kids, and with a ratio of almost 1:2 leaders to kids, it’s a pretty sweet deal. It has beenContinue reading “Church camp logo : Full On 2013”
This series of designs has been proposed to my church, for the event called ‘You’. Each design to be printed as a digital photo print, handed out individually to friends and neighbours of members of the church. Some of the detail behind the series: The design is based off the idea of connecting people. ColoursContinue reading “Church Event Design: A series of colourful flyers”
Church tonight started in the dark. We sang a song about Jesus’ death and resurrection. With a big storm outside and soft rain it was a moody way to reflect on the Easter message of redemption. Ironically there was a blackout during the sermon while Mike was preaching new life! He just moved into theContinue reading “Deliberate and accidental moods: works of light”
I like to play with ideas over time, often it brings me to a point of design where I’m happy with what I’ve done and can move on to new ideas. Most of the time, I put an idea down without anyone else seeing it, and without saving the file. I think it’s a goodContinue reading “Design: The Evolution of a Church Logo”
Why You Are Here. Why You Are Here. I like the visual pun with this image. I’m still working on it, I think it keeps the eye moving around nicely.
See also:Church postcard designColourful church event flyersEaster Church Flyer Design : Jesus Updates FacebookChurch Christmas Flyer Design (Ed: oh golly, looking back on this – it’s not something I’d be doing again that’s for sure – would you?) I usually dislike Christian ripoffs. In fact, I squirm every time I see them. So I cameContinue reading “Easter Church Flyer Design : Jesus Updates Facebook”
Some of my favourite work is for my church. Thanks to a lack of swarms of professional designers and marketers in the church I am often left to come up with themes and ideas for church promotions (a drawback is not always having someone to collaborate with). One of my favourites over the last fewContinue reading “Design: St Philip’s Eastwood Anglican Church”