Patterned PVC

James Felver and Micah Jacobsen from Church of the Resurrection in Leawood, Kansas brings us this PVC pipe stage design.

They used around 1000 feet of PVC pipe. Uplights were Blizzards and Colorado Tours. Each pipe needed a few coats of flat white spray paint. They used stage tieline to suspend the pipes from each other.

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14 responses to Patterned PVC

  1. Love how that looks. Is that 2″ PVC?

  2. What did you use to tie the PVC pipes together?

  3. Bob Vandervliet August 30, 2016 at 6:42 pm

    If it’s written here somewhere, I can’t find it. How much was all the PVC piping?

  4. What kind/brand of paint did you use and did you do any prep to the pvc? I know PVC is almost impossible to get paint to stick to.

  5. What kind/brand of paint did you use and did you do any prep to the pvc? I know PVC is almost impossible to get paint to stick to.

    • Hi Ryan. All of the PVC I bought from home depot had writing down the side so I had to cover it. I wiped each pipe with some shop towels. I also covered each piece of PVC with at least one quick coat of Flat White so the would not be as reflective. The Paint had no problem sticking, it was also sitting out in the Sun at about 95 degrees, so it didn’t take long to dry. Sorry for taking so long to get back to you, I forgot to select “notify me of follow up comment” (My first time using the site!) thanks – Micah

  6. What was the purpose of painting the PVC? Its already white? I assume it has something to do with how the light responds to the PVC.

  7. Hey, Micah. Looks great! Was there a system that you used in how far apart your rows were?

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