The Atmosphere of Easter
The atmosphere of Easter can and should go beyond lilies, eggs, baskets, and new clothes. Inherently, there’s nothing wrong with any of that, but that’s not what we’ve been called to do. As visual artists, liturgists, storytellers, and creatives, we are called to transform environments and tell stories that change lives.
We want to help you find some great media that will do just that. So below, we’ve curated a small sample of some great content showcasing five visuals styles for Easter. Take a look and see what this sparks in you.
5 Visual Styles for the Atmosphere of Easter
Clouds do a couple of things. They point focus towards the heavens and expand your canvas in a massive way. Something about the visuals of clouds can take people out of a square, blank room and send them soaring in the skies with a simple click of your mouse.
Celebrate the resurrection and meaning behind Easter by projecting the empty tomb. One of the major focal points behind Easter that points to the victory of the cross.
Much like the empty tomb, celebrate the empty cross with your congregation. It’s simple to miss this part of the message on Easter Sunday. The celebration and resurrection came at a cost.
Thousands of churches across the country and around the world will celebrate Easter with a sunrise service. Bring that indoors or to your different service times with this simple, yet vibrant sunrise options.
Finally, take your celebration to new heights with abstract design. Embrace the celebration and joy of Easter through these high energy, abstract designs.