St. Joseph the Worker is creating its own Vacation Bible School for the summer of 2021. I was tasked with creating a brand identity for the event. I used the theme "Geologists for Jesus" as my base. After some consideration, I decided to use the game Minecraft as inspiration and came up with the following:
As public Masses resume, I designed the following graphics and posters to convey important info to parishioners regarding new safety precautions. Coronavirus New Normal PosterDownload Coronavirus Live Streamed MassDownload Coronavirus Mass Times + Church HoursDownload Face Masks SignDownload
St. Joseph the Worker is implementing something called the Amazing Parish initiative. This makes changes to the leadership structure and decision-making process within the parish to make it more efficient and more focused on inviting new people to join. I used Illustrator to design the following logo for the AP initiative and leadership team.
St. Joseph the Worker has launched a capital campaign to refund needed improvements to repair and prevent water damage to buildings on the campus. They named this campaign "Every Drop Counts." I used Adobe Illustrator to design the following logo for the campaign. So parishioners can easily identify communications as being related to the campaign
St. Joseph the Worker has a sister parish in Gonaives, Haiti called St. Therese of the Child Jesus. I used Illustrator to create a logo for St. Therese in French, Haiti's official language. I paired this logo with the logo for St. Joseph the Worker. I use this graphic with any news about St. Therese to help catch parishioners' attention.