Tuesday, March 26, 2013

New Hope Group Menu

New Hope is all about the journey. It is a recovery and support group ministry that helps people on their journey towards healing. Recently I re-designed their group "menu", a brochure that lists all the available groups and classes that could appeal to a large variety of people on different stages of their own journey. I created the simple brochure to have a travel journal feel to it, where the focus is on the journey together and how we can help each other get to the place we want to get to.

Project: New Hope Group Menu
Client: New Hope
Details: 5.25"x8.25" brochure

Sunday, March 17, 2013

GHCC Easter Flyer 2013

Here is this year's Easter flyers for GHCC. I came up with the title of the theme for this year, When Empty Means Full, sometime back in November and I stored it away as an idea for a future Easter theme. It just so happened that it fit perfectly with the direction of the message for this year's Easter service. I wanted to make this year's artwork really different from the previous years I have done it for GHCC, so that meant a more illustrative style rather than a photograph. Because the look and theme are a bit different from what people are used to for Easter, I kept the focus on the empty tomb and a bright green to help make it clear what this was all about. If you're free Easter Sunday, come check it out!

Project: Easter Flyers
Client: Golden Hills Community Church
Details: 3.67" x 8.5" Double-Sided Flyer

Sunday, March 10, 2013

7 Churches of Revelation Sermon Series

GHCC started a new series today about The Seven Churches of Revelation. One of the main analogies used to describe the churches is seven lampstands. I played around with putting the names of all seven churches into the stems of a traditional lampstand from Bible times to represent this idea.

Project: Revelation Sermon Series Design
Client: Golden Hills Community Church

Monday, March 4, 2013

Mad Hatter Tea Poster

This is the promo poster for a Ladies Tea & Brunch coming up at GHCC, with an Alice in Wonderland Mad Hatter theme. I wanted to give the poster an Alice feel, without using copyrighted images, so after some sketching and some exploring options, this is the final result.

I had some fun putting the elements together in a way that says "Wonderland" without actually using any images from artists who have brought that world to life. Hope you like it!

Project: Ladies' Mad Hatter Tea Poster
Client: Kairos and GHCC Women's Network
Details: 6x16.5" Poster