Centuries ago, the (religious) visual languages on offer were stained glass windows and elaborate fresco paintings. Today, our public visual language has become much more simplified and abstract.

I’ve seen relatively few attempts to translate common Christian imagery into the dialect of modern iconography, so I’m giving it a shot: one hand-drawn icon each day of the month in January 2015.

Someday, perhaps, I’ll bring these concepts all the way through to vector icons. If you’d like to get started on that, go for it!

January 1 January 2 January 3
Walking On Water Resurrection Sabbath
January 4 January 5 January 6
Preaching Noah's Ark Burning Bush
January 7 January 8 January 9
Baptism Jacob flees Potiphar's wife Pastor
January 10 January 11 January 12
Jesus calms the storm The Lord's Supper David & Goliath
January 13 January 14 January 15
Samson & the pillars Jonah & the great fish Ten commandments
January 16 January 17 (posted 1/23) January 18 (posted 1/23)
Crucifixion Creation Day 1 - Light / Darkness Creation Day 2 - Heavens / Waters
January 19 (posted 1/23) January 20 (posted 1/23) January 21 (posted 1/23)
Creation Day 3 - Land / Seas, Plants Creation Day 4 - Sun, Moon, Stars Creation Day 5 - Birds, Fish
January 22 (posted 1/23) January 23 January 24 (posted 1/29)
Creation Day 6 - Animals, Mankind Creation Day 7 - Sabbath Rest Prayer
January 25 January 26 January 27
Bible Healing Good Samaritan
January 28 January 29 January 30

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