FLOOD PROMO PEICES

This is an update with the flood print and promo material for the capital campaign at cornerstone, az. The campaign needed a consistant branding with elements such as screen images, poster boards, key tags, pole banners, oootles of brochures and even a custom water tank decor (not shown). I think the final result captured the essence, conveyed the meaning, and life of the project. For those who have not been following this project here is the scope: Flood the desert, is the the title on the campaign. Meaning that we are vessles to flood the water of God and life into a dry and broken desert. We wanted to focus on the water in the flood, or the desert being taken over by the flood water. I wanted the idea of flooding the desert to be more abstract and push the idea further….. but normal poeple wanted to see it literally depicted. Does that all make sense? The feel needed to have energy for sure. here is what was decided on.

This is the original flood logo... in the beginning stages

This is the original flood logo... in the beginning stages


This is an earlier concept of the flood posters and design.

This is an earlier concept of the flood posters and design.


flood front and back on main promo brochure.

flood front and back on main promo brochure.


a collection of the main print promo pack

a collection of the main print promo pack


main flood brochure. trifold.

main flood brochure. trifold.


print promo collection with pole banner

print promo collection with pole banner


dvd with campaign conversations, information and the FLOOD FILM

dvd with campaign conversations, information and the FLOOD FILM


reminder prayer key tags

reminder prayer key tags


the flood devotional. 30 days

my favorite: the flood devotional. 30 days

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9 responses to “FLOOD PROMO PEICES

  1. Again, it’s awesome. What is the time span on this series?

  2. sweet mercy, those came out RAD. i love the devotional.

  3. keytag was brilliant and the journal is a nice touch. ive been to billions of huge churches with huge staffs and this seems like a great campaign. but HOPEFULLY when people leave the church and are on their own they utilize these amazing resources. beautiful work.

  4. I love the way everything came together. I really dig the promo pack!

  5. such a massive project! you did an amazing job. it really was an impressive packet of great art, amazing content and fun packaging.

    you’re the best and I GET YOU! WOO HOO!

  6. yeah, you really did rock this!… very good job….

    hey Prom, check out my new blog: http://myriadstudio.com/photography/

  7. Promise, looks to me like you captured the essence of the series. Really well done in my opinion…no wonder the reindeer/Santa’s helper looked tired,(from Brian’s blog “and the winner is”) 🙂

  8. Love it – very cool design and love the message.

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