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Feather Banners – Artistic Advertising for Churches!


With Churches becoming more and more high-tech like Guy Sebastian’s Paradise Church, advertising flair is becoming a must-have.


Church advertising banners

When Churches need an EDGE – feather banners sizzle


Feather banner advertising is being used more and more to spread the Churches’ welcoming messages.


With full-wave and high-glow colours, artistic style now blends with marketing know-how to expertly showcase each Church’s WOW! to passing traffic.


For Aldinga’s St. Ann’s Church on Main South Road, we initiated our research with photographs of the original 1866 Gothic style building, then focused in on the tower and spire which were added in 1911.


Feather banner St Ann's drawn

From photo reality to the drawing board

Drawn to in situ

From drawn… to sewn… to HAPPY Parishioners at St. Ann’s Anglican

Influenced by those photographs, OzFeathers’ design team created a range of layouts featuring the tower and spire,  a background view of the Church Cemetery plus a bold “Welcome” message, intent on showing everyone when St. Ann’s is “open for business”.


Traffic would zoom by at 80kmh in this section of Main South Road, often oblivious to St. Ann’s history and location.  Parishioners began to feel they deserved more than a cursory glance and sought our help.


The results speak for themselves – at a funeral held there one weekday afternoon with their feather banner busily waving in full view, the Main South Road traffic temporarily slowed as a mark of respect for an elder statesman’s service.


How can Church groups boost attendance at community-based events held at special times of the year?  Family days certainly lend themselves to the adding of colour and motion, and OzFeathers’ mesmeric feathers wave and appeal, whether walking, riding or driving by.  (… more public awareness also equals greater attendance numbers!)


Feather banners confidently fuse an aesthetically-pleasing aura with advertising-necessities such as key message and uniqueness.


Why shouldn’t advertising also be art?


OzFeathers’ designs offer attractive, expressive styling and never shirk on the job of hard-work waving.