After I completed the new series graphic for my church, I decided to make some adjustments and get a few 2 color versions printed for fun. What better way to get new art for the office, right?
The original full color version, as well as some detailed shots of this print are attached. Hmm... depending on the feedback I get here, I might even do a quick giveaway. We'll see!
11 months ago
I am not religious in any way but I have a big respect for you and this church. They have allowed you to create amazing websites and designs that not only show off your skills but also help ditch the 'old fashioned' image that comes with a subject like this. Kudos
Thanks so much @Lee Thomas – I appreciate that comment more than you know! Part of my goal anytime I design something ministry related is to take things that are culturally dated, and make them feel relevant again. Really appreciate the encouragement.
Dude this is awesome! I love the two-color version and the texturing you have going on. Did you do the lettering for "Luke"?
@Phil Coffman Thanks man! I wish I could take full (or even some) credit for the lettering but it's mainly a font called Aphrodite Pro which I just tweaked and rearranged a bit. I originally wanted to do the lettering from scratch but after experimenting a few months ago I realized it takes me way too much time. haha
Two color versions looks super rad. Well done.
This is beautiful. Well done.
Love all of this man, some of my favorite church design I've seen.
Sweet design man! I love it!
oh my gosh. I really really really really like this.
love this, especially the background.
Such a beautiful poster! Love your work! So happy to have found you on dribbble today :-)
5 months ago
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