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Axiom Illustration's Blog – July 2016 Archive (3)

Not of This World!

The above piece of vector art was a LOT of fun to create. My goal here was to create a piece that would be fun for kids and adults alike, especially for those who might enjoy more of a sci-fi theme. As such, I went for a retro spacecraft along with a really cheerful looking alien communicating a simple message of “Peace, love and Christ”. Read the rest of the post…

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Added by Axiom Illustration on July 31, 2016 at 7:20pm — No Comments

Christians and Public School???

The above cartoon is one I created in response to listening to Colin Gunn on Reconstructionist Radio’s War Room Podcast. For those of you not familiar, Colin Gunn is an award winning writer, director, producer, animator and game developer whose impressive work also spans a number of documentary films! In the podcast, Gunn discusses how the creative medium of…

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Added by Axiom Illustration on July 31, 2016 at 7:17pm — 2 Comments

Cat Meme Bible Study?

In a move that set the Christian community ablaze with excitement, a prominent Christian Publisher issued a press release last Tuesday about a bold new Cat Meme Bible Study they will be offering this October. The study, which promises to not only focus on how to use cat memes to deepen individual faith, also plans to show how the utilization of this popular internet…

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Added by Axiom Illustration on July 5, 2016 at 8:42pm — 1 Comment

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