Bubblewrap-Redux

Bubblewrap Redux

Van Metschke at South Hills Church in Corona, California brings us a re-imagining of his famously popular, Bubblewrap stage design.

They started the set design with the swirlies painted by their in-house artist, Annie Phipps. She painted it simply with white paint on the flat black wall. Then they took 48” wide bubble wrap  and attached it vertically to the wall with staples. Then they lit it with their Mega-Lite NE Color Wash LED bricks from the bottom.

16 responses to Bubblewrap Redux

  1. Wow- that is one of the most creative ideas I’ve ever seen. Kudos! And, I love this website – thanks so much for sharing ideas.

  2. This is an awesome idea. Love the look. I’m going to have try this. Thanks for sharing!

  3. Wow. Im going to figure out a way to use bubble wrap now.

  4. Very cool

  5. Muito bom Temos usado muitas ideias do seu site em nossa igreja aqui no brasil e somos muito abençoados com sua criatividade

  6. I like the bubble wrap for sure, but personally I’m in love with the flourishes!!!

  7. How wide is your bubble wrap? and where did you get it?
    Thanks!
    Kurt

  8. do you have a graphic you can email for the flowers?

  9. We love this look. So creative and very cool! We were wondering what type of light board you use.

  10. Love it! Who knew bubble wrap could create such a beautiful effect.

  11. Wanted to know if you covered the whole wall with the bubble wrap.

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