Diane Salzmann from Christ Community Church in Illinois brings us this lovely use of texture!
Their stage is very tall so they tried to fill it top to bottom. They also have 3 other campuses with stages that need backdrops to match so Diane tried to find materials that were lightweight, easy to work with, and cheap.
She was created this using Natural coroplast panels that were zip-tied then taped together into a column. (3 panels per column so each column was 4’Wx24’H)
Then she broke the columns up into triangles with gaff tape. Then she cut up scrunched aluminum screening to fit some of the triangles and added corrrugated aluminum for other triangles. She used orange construction fencing as a stencil and rolled on medium grey paint which created the polka dot look for other triangles. Then she left some blank.