Zach Meade from North Church in Spokane, WA brings us this cool, unique stage backdrop.
This design was built by cutting out OSB particle board into shapes and bracing the pieces from behind with 2x4s and then laying wood flooring on top of the OSB shapes. Each piece was backlit with LED tape all around the back edges. The shapes were then hung on the back wall off of 4X4 blocks with brackets holding them together and keeping them about 7″ off the wall. The center shapes were framed in with wood i-beams that were spray painted with metal spray paint.
They put large bolts at the end of each i-beam just for looks. The beams ended up looking like metal beams but were a fraction of the weight, so they attached them together with brackets from behind and then hung the frame from their grid. The shapes under the screens were backed with Coroplast and just standing on the stage.