Box it Up to Go

Evan Zrodlowski from Calvary Christian Center in Ormond Beach, Florida created these cool panels from natural (the color) coroplast and wood. You can pick up the wood at any Home Depot or Lowes, the coroplast at your local plastic shop or sign company, and put it all together with a simple table-saw and duct tape. (Duct tape is not really the best way to attach it all.)

Then Evan lit the panels from behind with Phillips Color Kinetic LEDs. The center screen was edge blended with an Analog Way Diventix II system.

5 responses to Box it Up to Go

  1. Gosh I love clean, straight lines on stage! I love simplicity! I love this so much!

    It's so simple and has a huge impact! This is a perfect example where less is more, except the facility is HUGE!!!

    Love it!
    -Tyler Herron

  2. Wow. Looks great!

    I'd love to see photos from behind the stage, just to get a visual of how they are put together. Thanks for sharing such a great look and idea for a set!

  3. Your stage design is awesome. What projector model are you using and what screen material are you projecting on?

  4. I agree with Jared! I’d love to see how the panels are put together. My church is renovating it’s sanctuary, and we’re looking at doing something very similar to this design.

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