Thursday, September 23, 2010

Harvest Carnival Posters

The annual Harvest Carnival at GHCC is a Halloween alternative in the sense that it allows whole families to come together to play games and get candy, without the kids having to go around door to door in the dark. It is a safe, wholesome place that provides a lot of fun — and candy. I developed the new identity for this event last year, and wanted to continue that look and feel to develop a sense of continuity.

Project: GHCC Harvest Carnival Posters
Client: GHCC Children's Ministry
Details: 11"x17" Poster

Wednesday, September 22, 2010

Alternate Type Tutorial @ Media Militia

One of my favorite sites, has an awesome tutorial and article about type ligatures & alternate characters that can bring life to any typography project. I highly recommend checking it out if you have any interest in typography and graphic design. The tips they provide were incredibly helpful. Visit Media Militia's site here.

Tuesday, September 21, 2010

Immerse Posters

HSM's 2010–2011 Theme is called Immerse. For their promotional posters, I decided to keep it simple with just showing images of things immersed. Fish immersed in water, car immersed in snow, bug immersed in amber. I think the final result is eye-catching but also intriguing as students try to figure out what the images mean and how they apply to the theme of immerse. See the other two posters after the jump.

Wednesday, September 8, 2010


The theme for One-Eighty (Middle School) Ministries this semester is "Absorb". The purpose of the theme is to stress the importance of hiding God's Word in our hearts. This identity will carry the students through the rest of the year and a new theme will be launched in the winter.

Client: One Eighty, GHCC Middle School Ministries