13 thoughts on “A new identity for Word Made Flesh

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  3. Jonathan says:

    Congrats on the NEW identity! Love the redemptive/ joyful symbolism of the bird. Also, I like the multi-generational appeal of the site. – Jonathan

  4. Safi Mustafa says:

    This reminds me of the story Chris once mentioned about GOD taking form of a bird to show other birds, who were holed up in a barn, that it is ok to eat the food offering left for them in the snow.

  5. Nate Perry says:

    To start off, I’m impressedI Being an art director myself, you often have 5 second fantasies of what you would do to redesign logos upon seeing them. I don’t know what I would have done differently. I will admit I’m partial to the handwritten type too from that Alicia girl. :)

  6. Aaron Strumpel says:

    i love it. it’s beautiful and meaningful…i also love it’s resemblance to a star…guiding a new way thru the wilderness to the center where Christ is. haha – sorry for bringing more artistic shtuff than intended, but i dig it – it’s beautiful!

  7. admin says:

    aaron i like your reference to the star…you should check this post on the NE Creative site.

    http://tinyurl.com/cywhup

    a commenter mentions a spark and explosion — it reminded me of your “artistic schtuff” (which i love!!)

    the commenter says, “Quite literally there is a spark in this. I first saw a shape, an explosion. And then… the bird. Something out of nothing. For an organization called Word Made Flesh, that’s a pretty good layering of meaning.”

    (posted by daphne)

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