Creativity can be very elusive, especially when you are working on a deadline and need an idea as soon as possible! Many of the world’s greatest thinkers developed unusual habits in an effort to spark their minds. Maya Angelou made hotel rooms her workspace of choice, while Igor Stravinski got his innovative juices flowing by standing on his head.
Thanks to LPi’s Art & Media Portal, inspiration is only a click away… Click here for an assortment of beautiful typographical art, both religious and secular, to suit any publication.
How can these inspirations be put to use? Here are some ideas:
Typographic artwork makes an attractive filler for weeks when content is light, or it can serve as a permanent staple within your bulletin.
Use as a Banner or Heading
Here is an example of inspirational art within the Wedding Banns section.
Place on a Perforated Page
Readers can tear out a new inspiration each week to post on their refrigerator or bulletin board. Here is an example of a tear-out flap.
Include the image and describe how the quote applies to your organization/parish.
Place an inspiration on the calendar as a monthly reflection.
Inspirational art is a quick, easy item to post and share on social networks to facilitate thoughtful comments and discussions.
Use as a cover photo or profile picture on your Facebook page.
Blog About Them
Post an inspirational quote along with a brief interpretation, and ask for comments on how the words impact readers’ daily lives.
Add inspirational art to your email signature to end every conversation on a positive note.
Now that you have some inspiration to work with, it is time to get started. How else can you imagine using these images? Please share your ideas in the comment section below.