For dreamers, graphic designers, and visionaries, it’s not too often you can quantify something you produce.

It’s the “feel” or “emotional response” a project stirs in people – not a physical building that you’ve built, corn field you planted, or cabinet you crafted.

But when things go into print, something happens. Holding a book in your hand, feeling the card stock between your fingers, or – in this case – seeing the billboard looking down on 110,000 cars per day, that’s pretty rewarding.

Thanks to my team mate, Jason Clement, for rocking this sign. ch:

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6 Comments

Jason Clement · 18 Nov ’11 at 2:48 pm

AHhhhh!!! It looks so sweet!

Ben · 18 Nov ’11 at 3:06 pm

Are the church colors changing? Or did the blue and white just look better for this sign?

    Christopher Hopper · 18 Nov ’11 at 6:55 pm

    Moving away from our green/yellow scheme and going for a more chromatic pallet.

Mandee Widrick · 20 Nov ’11 at 9:07 am

I have yet to drive by it, but it looks great in the pic! 🙂

    Christopher Hopper · 20 Nov ’11 at 12:17 pm

    Thanks Mandee. Let us know what you think of it in person.

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