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Destroyed Angel Wings | Church Stage Design Ideas

Destroyed Angel Wings | Church Stage Design Ideas

Tweet1 Pin591 Share10 +11603 Total SharesKaleb Wilcox at Topeka Bible Church in Topeka, Kansas brings us these great wing pieces.

Kaleb Wilcox at Topeka Bible Church in Topeka, Kansas brings us these great wing pieces. They repurposed materials from previous designs for this stage design. They cut the leftover Coroplast into 2

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Current LED techology found embedded into a fully lined stage backdrop. Costructed from durable but discreet polyester and fully lined, these drapes are rented for theatre productions, concerts and film/TV shoots.

great backdrop & reminds me of the AR idea of sitting around a coffee table discussing a topic

water or rain looking backdrop, ceiling decor with uplighting for church stage design

Rusty bought 15 trash cans at Ikea (for $1.99 each) and drilled holes in the bottom. He then attached an Ikea lamp socket set inside of the trash cans ($4.99 per socket set). Then he hung the lamp sockets from the truss at random lengths. Each one has a trash can lamp has a 60-watt bulb inside and is wired to a dimmer.

To add a little extra light he used six LED par cans on the sides of the truss to add color. The total cost for the set was $105.

Drilling holes in IKEA trash cans and using a lamp socket and colored bulbs to light it. Also, side LEDs to had more color.

They scored the Coroplast and made 1′x1′ square tube towers. They capped them with tin foil caps, added the black tape to both hold it toget...

Faux techniques They scored the Coroplast and made square tube towers. They capped them with tin foil caps, added the black tape to both hold it toget.

Create frames from 2×4′s  painted black and screwed together. Then cut 2″x4′ strips of white Coroplast and nail them to the wood. Then arrange  them on the back wall and light them up!  #stagedesign #church #worship

Joe Stratford from Catch the Fire in Toronto, Ontario, Canada brings us this design using tons of tiny lines.Quite simply, they started by making frames from that they painted black and screwed together. They cut 2

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Obviously not this color, but large lattice blocks with tin/scraps on it making large structure on the stage? Some of them come apart and then move to create other structures? Just thinking out loud.

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