Triangularity

Triangularity

Peter Good for Freedom Life in Christiana, PA brings us this very cool triangular set.

Peter created these triangles out of 2×2’s cut down and screwed together. He painted them white so they’d reflect the lighting well. He zip tied each triangle to each other and hung them with wire from the top row of triangles.

He lite the whole set with LED lighting.

4 responses to Triangularity

  1. Hey those are my peeps…

  2. Tim Blacklock June 20, 2012 at 2:43 pm

    Thanks for the inspiration! Just finished setting up out stage using triangles made from ripped OSB. Painted some white, some gray and left some raw. Wrapped a few in aluminum foil and plastic wrap. Just need the light guy to bring t to life before Sunday.

  3. Dorcas Kariuki July 18, 2012 at 5:34 am

    Fab! work.

    We just used the same concept on our our church for the July series Titled Bold conversations.We used white paint on a black corex board.Used insluting tape to create traingles on the black corex.

    Then painted white paint.Then pilled the tape.Then washed it with Strip lights.The results were owe some.Which it out here!

    https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=464034413615249&set=a.464031450282212.105315.110845182267509&type=3&theater

  4. Dorcas Kariuki July 18, 2012 at 5:39 am

    Fab! work.

    We just used the same concept in our church for the July series titled Bold conversations.We used white paint on black corex board.Used insulating tape to create triangles on the black corex.

    Then painted white paint.Then pilled the tape.Then washed it with Strip lights and led lights.The results were owesome.Check it out here!

    https://www.facebook.com/photo.php?fbid=464034413615249&set=a.464031450282212.105315.110845182267509&type=3&theater

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