Julio César from Igreja Batista Betel in São Paulo, Brazil brings us these trees covered by a canopy of umbrellas.
Julio wanted to design something that felt like a successful journey through the Valley of the Shadow of Death. The umbrellas represented God’s covering and the trees were the journey.
He created the trees by cutting them out of sheets of 15mm MDF. They were about 6 feet tall and 3 feet wide. He then hung lightweight umbrellas over the design using nylon string.
He lined his back wall with black fabric so the design would stand out.
This project was for a youth conference at the church.