Saint Barnabas Church wanted to communicate sense of tradition and a caring community, while also being a bit playful in their identity and its application. The symbol of their patron saint, Barnabas, is a rose, so the idea of a flower made of hearts made sense for their logo. Once complete I applied the logo to meet a variety of objectives.
Intention Form: To run a church takes a lot of hands and hearts. I helped the church design this intention form that was aimed at encouraging the congregation to contribute skills, time & talent to the church.
Website & E-Newsletter: I collaborated with a web designer in the creation of the church's website and helped apply their identity to it. The church also started an E-Newsletter which they called The Barnabuzz so I created a little bee for the identity of the newsletter that used the hearts from the logo as wings.
Posters: The church has many events going on year round and asked me to illustrate and design posters to help raise awareness about them.
The first poster, for Candlelight Compline, was aimed specifically at attracting students and was meant to communicate a sense of mystery.
The second poster, for Tea Talks, was aimed at attracting a broader audience raising awareness about a program of talks, like TED Talks, but focused on community, historical and faith based issues, and held over tea.