All tagged Bethel Music
It’s all pointing to the rich legacy and heritage of revival and praise and worship in Latin America — and that no matter how hard religion might try and keep people inside a box, the Spirit of God is flowing outside the limitations we try and put on Him; beathing NEW life into hearts today!
Every newspaper article is either a testimony from someone in our community telling of God’s faithful goodness, or a scripture re-enforcing those timeless truths of provision and victory — after all, testimony (the re-telling of God-stories) is one of the most powerful prophetic acts we can do.
In the creative direction for Wild, I knew that I wanted to portray the strength and honor of Sean’s amazing missional legacy, while somehow tying in the fact that this is a live worship album.
As I set out to design the art for "Living Hope", I wanted to base the concept on this 80s album artwork -- an honorable nod to the rich worship-warfare history of this era -- plus I felt it tied in strongly with the bold-gospel narrative of this single.
The brief was simple enough, we decided to take conference on the road with the same simple message of "on Earth as in Heaven". For too long my branding efforts were minimalistic and clean, so I really wanted to experiment with an ultra modern feel whilst maintaining a little grunge and some 70s nostalgia.
This album artwork was such a gift from God and it all came together in about 5 minutes. I love that the artwork came the same way these moments (songs) did - divinely curated by a loving Heavenly Father and gifted to His children freely.
I loved the challenge of designing for a generation that's not my own, taking so many different opinions from more generations that weren't my own, and creating a brand and visual language that truly represented the life, joy, freedom, and pop sound of this fantastic album!
Introducing Taylor Ostrom (Sabo) from Redding, California. She’s one of the designers at Bethel Music and is the brains and artistic talent behind Cory Asbury’s “Reckless Love” and Steffany Gretzinger’s “Blackout” album artwork. Here she shares her story and gives us a glimpse into what it’s like to make album art.
I've found that 9 times out of 10, when you allow yourself to re-create aspects of a project based on your gut...leadership will fall in line with your vision and adjust their previous boundaries...
It takes a lot of time and practice to make it look effortless and messy.