I was recently contacted by a missionary who requested a Spanish version of the Bible Infographic. I provided him with a high-resolution file to have posters printed to give away to a local church and elementary school during an upcoming mission trip. The posters will be given away primarily to children who will appreciate the vibrant color scheme more so than the black and white version. Dios les bendiga!
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This is a pair of 18″ x 24″ poster design concept ideas. The Trihagion poster literally means “Thrice Holy” and is mentioned in scripture on two occasions: First in Isaiah 6:3 and then again in Revelation 4:8. The second poster in the pair was inspired by the 1 Corinthians 13 “Love Chapter”.
The Inspired Series silk screen print breaks away from the traditional word cloud layout while maintaining the same content as the original word cloud of the Bible. The source text was the 1984 New International Version of the Bible, and most common words and all numbers were removed. The total number of words shown in the poster is 148. This 18″ x 24″ poster is printed on thick 100# stock (your choice of either White or Natural). A limited quantity of 25/White & 25/Natural are now available at www.66clouds.com.
Inspired by the Apostle John’s first epistle, the design is screen-printed on heavy woven 100% cotton fabric. It measures 14.5″ wide x 15″ tall with a 3″ bottom gusset and sports 22″ black handles. Sure, it’s always more blessed to give than recieve, but we won’t tell anyone if you decide to keep one for yourself as well. You can find them at www.66clouds.com.
It’s always great to see artwork displayed in an everyday environment. This week I installed 8 framed Sixty-Six Clouds posters in a classroom area at Grace Gathering. There are 4 Old Testament and 4 New Testament posters in the group: Genesis, Psalms, Proverbs, Isaiah, John, Romans, Philippians and Revelation. They make a great addition to the classroom environment.
The newest release of the book features top word frequencies for all 66 books of the Bible and also includes a word cloud image of the entire Bible. If you are interested in purchasing the book or posters, you can find them at www.66clouds.com.
He has taken me to the banquet hall, and his banner over me is love.
-Song of Songs 2:4
In celebration of Valentine’s Day a limited edition “Pomegranate” colored 11″ x 17″ Song of Songs poster is available at www.66clouds.com. Makes a perfect gift for that special someone.
Last year I launched a website sharing all sixty-six books of the Bible as individual word clouds. However, I did not have an image of the entire Bible as a single word cloud. Well, I’m happy to say that the Bible Word Cloud has now been added to the Sixty-Six Clouds website. The word cloud is based upon the New International Version (NIV) of The Holy Bible. Most common English words and all numbers were removed when the cloud was created. The total word limit for the cloud was set at 150.
I just unpacked the first batch of Sixty-Six Clouds posters from the printer today and they turned out great. These ready to frame posters are 11″ wide x 17″ tall and have been digitally printed on premium 100# Matte paper. If you are interested in purchasing one, please visit www.66clouds.com for more information.
Back in April, 2009 I created a collection of sixty-six word clouds representing the sixty-six books of the Bible. The project was quite a success based on the amount of traffic and positive feedback the original blog post created. Now, a little over a year later I’ve launched www.66clouds.com, which is better organized and more interactive than the previous blog post. A 6″ x 9″, 150 page, perfect bound book containing all sixty-six word clouds is now available as well. In addition to the book, 11″ wide x 17″ tall posters of each word cloud are available. So be sure to check out the new website if you are interested in purchasing either the book or posters.
*UPDATE: Check out the new website at www.66clouds.com!
Sixty-Six Clouds is a collection of beautiful visualizations of word frequency in the Bible. A unique word cloud was created for each of the 66 books of the Bible. The significance of word clouds is that they quickly present viewers with the gist of written materials at a glance. Greater size is given to words that appear more frequently in the source text. Therefore, the larger the word is in the cloud, the more prominent it is in the text. The word limit was set at 150 and many common words and all numbers were removed from the text when the word clouds were created. The same parameters were used for all sixty-six books of the Bible to give Sixty-Six Clouds a consistent style and appearance. All Sixty-Six Clouds images are subject to Copyright © Sixty-Six Clouds. Visit www.66clouds.com for more information and to view of all the word clouds.