Artist gives new meaning to the phrase “sermon illustrations”

Jim LePage is uber-talented when it comes to graphic design. But he has a way with words too.

He is creating a series of illustrations to go along with every book of the Bible. And he has a fresh perspective on every passage that serves as the inspiration for his designs.

LePage’s creations avoid the typical praying hands, fluffy lambs and pink-faced Euro-Jesus that characterize so much of the Bible artwork that’s out there. Check out him out here.

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3 Responses to Artist gives new meaning to the phrase “sermon illustrations”

  1. David Wilson says:

    Hey Mark, I like your illustrations too!

  2. […] This post was mentioned on Twitter by David Wilson, homeinstpete. homeinstpete said: Sorry @HarrisJosh but this guy's "sermon illustrations" are way better than yours: http://ow.ly/3WV9l […]

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