The Church Christmas Card

December 16, 2004 by

Christmas cardBen Bell designed this Christmas card for his church, St. Stephen’s Church in Islington, London. Every year the church sends out a card to households, shops and offices in their parish. The back of the card has service times.

I’m impressed with the simplicity and attention-grabbing nature of the card. They’re taking advantage of the holiday season to remind people about church, but doing so in a very non-traditional way. It grabs your attention. Nice job. (link via Brian Baute)

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    December 22, 2004

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