Tag: faith and family


The Gideons International have been in existence for over 100 years, and this was the first time they released a full annual report book. We were honored to the have the opportunity to work with them on this project to further their mission to the world. We helped them to shape the story visually around the individual faces their members and donations impact around the world.


We worked with The Gideons International to create their “Take your place, take a stand” convention materials. The goal with this project was to evoke unity and enthusiasm among their members – there are over 280,000 worldwide, who distribute Bibles in a variety of settings across the globe – rooted firmly in their belief and mission. To date, they’ve distributed more than 1.7 billion bibles around the world.

Taking their existing event identity, we expanded on the concept by merging photography with the clean elements and bold colors to create a look and feel that was confident and modern. Deliverables included signs, banners, tickets, and registrant materials including envelopes, newsletter shells, and publication covers.

Contribution: Design, Illustration
Art Direction: Jeff Jones / The Gideons International

This series of three church bulletins not only coordinate well together, but actually unite together by stacking on top of each other to produce a beautiful plant stating the motto, “In the essentials, unity; in the non-essentials, liberty; in the all things, charity.”

The leaves and flowers used are actually photographic “pressed flowers” gathered during the season in which the artwork was created.

Contributions: Design, Illustration, Collage

Most any fan of Contemporary Christian Music is familiar with the music of Big Daddy Weave – one of the most popular bands in the genre today. Mike Weaver and the band have been making positive and compelling music since 2001, and their latest album, Love Come To Life, is no exception, and we were thrilled to get the opportunity to design its branding and packaging. With a variation on the band’s existing logo, some heavy photo compositing, and a reliance on texture and a limited color scheme, we arrived at a look and feel that accurately conveys the directness, depth, and inspiration found in their music, and the atypical black & white photography on the cover speaks to the immediacy and timelessness of their message.

Contribution: Design, Photo Compositing, Retouching
Art Director: Katherine Petillo