Epic Amitabha 20 Years of Public Service Leaflet Revision

Disclaimer:

Epic‘ here used to mean something the author is personally quite emotionally involved with, but is only vaguely interesting to everyone else (according to current use of the word). It could equally be ‘awesome‘, which has been similarly downgraded in meaning.
Oh, the tragedy of  the commonplace dumbing down of  language.
:’-(Seriously. The only logical explanation for the  success of ’50 Shades of Grey’ must be the author’s good karma. Congrats to her, but it’s not like it’s going to win any literary prizes)

 Apologies also for re-posting a similar leaflet, but you can’t spend this much time on something and not post it on your blog.
Especially since the last time I had to do something like this I was having an emotional crisis / crisis of faith. So it consequently wasn’t designed intuitively, but in-between fits of sobbing into a tin mug of riocha (not the best way to do anything. On any level.)

So this feels like a redemption of sorts for that time of my life ~ about the same time 2 years ago.
I’m a fitter, better person now (and yes, I did listen to Radiohead then).

I can’t tell yous how amazingly good it feels to be able to do something for others and then share it with still others!
So thank you a trillion times over if you’re part of this 🙂

Epic final revision of the Amitabha 20 Years of Public Service Leaflet

 

(Click on image to make it big
Text by Dave TJ, design by Jas)
For more on this see the website at  Amitabha Centre, Bristol, UK
 


2 Comments (+add yours?)

  1. Becky
    Jul 13, 2012 @ 13:01:55

    I like your writing style in your blog Jas, it’s honest and humourous. Nice leaflet too! Especially great quote fron Geshe-la.
    Good job, well done.
    Bex x

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  2. Jas Baku
    Jul 13, 2012 @ 13:44:27

    Thanks Bex, I needed to hear that. I’m glad yous approve, and I hope the leaflet can be used. I do get too emotionally involved in these things!
    And you like the blog 🙂 to be honest it’s a joy to do, and that just gets better when I know that it’s added to someone else’s pile of happy things.

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