the forgiveness of sins,
the resurrection of the body,
and life everlasting. Amen.
Green is a picture of new life, and thus seemed fitting for resurrection and everlasting life. This concept was largely inspired by Signorelli’s Resurrection and much of Revelation’s imagery. But the two things I did not like about Signorelli’s picture were that everyone looked European (so I depicted multiple skin tones), and it appeared as though they were resurrected into a dirty, stale world (so I depicted a lush green, rolling Italian landscape where people were exploring – like the new heavens and earth). The cube descending (from heaven above, positionally and hinted by the clouds) is representative of the New Jerusalem in Revelation, showing God’s dwelling is now with man. The center is the tree of life, which you can see a figure (hinting towards Adam) holding something red in his hand (a tip towards the forbidden fruit and the moment when sin entered, but this time sin is forgiven alluding to the idea in Revelation that the leaves of the tree will be for the healing of the nations). Also, there are 12 people in the poster, symbolizing perfection or completeness.
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