Refragmented

Mason McGill from Kingdom Empowerment Christian Church in Dover, Delaware brings us this cool fragmented Coroplast design.

They painted the stage in a flat black ($54) to give them the base for the design. They also purchased 100 sheets of 24×18″ Coroplast ($106.00) and cut them in different sizes and shapes as they designed it all around the cross.

They used eight 86 RGB Stage Light Par DMX-512 for uplighting ($104.95). To complete the look, they mounted flat screens (already owned) on each side as well as hung speakers to make the stage look less cluttered.

6 responses to Refragmented

  1. when using coroplast, does it have to be on a dark background? most stages I see with coroplast have painted their backstage black. We have a beige wall so I was wondering if it still had the same affect with having a light background?

  2. We just use the dark color because it allows us to reflect things off of the coroplast and gives us great use of lights and projection l.

  3. Como realizaron los cortes? Y que tipo de material es? Papel? Cartón.? Madera?

  4. Oriahi Emmanuel (Nigeria) September 26, 2017 at 7:33 am

    I LOVE THIS!!!!!!!.

  5. Hello, Mason,

    This is just great!! I love simple but effective designs!

    Please, can you tell me how you attached the coroplast to the wall?

    And do you plan on leaving it like this for a while?

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