Michael Koontz from Trinity Fellowship Church in Pampa, TX brings us these mysterious patterned, glowing boxes.
They designed each upright column to be 2 feet wide, 1 foot deep, and 8 feet long. They scored each sheet on one side so they would easily fold. Since the foam board was only 4 feet wide and they needed 6 feet, they cut foam board 2 feet wide to cover all the backs. They spray painted the backs black and lined the inside of them with aluminum foil.
They also added end caps to each of the columns and lined those with aluminum foil as well. The foil helped evenly distribute the light throughout the whole column.
They used 2 inch, 3 inch, and 4 inch gaffers tape to tape designs onto the Coroplast. Then they hung them.
The two light bars in the lower center of the stage were 1 1/2ft tall and 1ft deep and 8 foot long, using an entire sheet of 4’x8′ Coroplast each. Those also were lined with foil on the ground and up against the back wall. They also put a divider completely lined with foil in between them to keep the right half and the left half independently lit with no light leaking out.