Nate Rosso from Decibel Church in Beaufort, SC brings us this great design for portability.
Decibel Church rents out a high school on Sundays, so everything they do has to be pack-able and easy to setup every Sunday. This design was for their “But GOD” series.
The main components to this design were black plastic hexagon poultry fence and white smart fabric.
The drapes on the sides of the stage were 16′ long/4′ wide. The fence and the fabric attached to a 2×4 at the top that Nate painted black. On the top of the 2×4’s were two 2″ hooks that hung on the truss. Arrows symbolized different paths we’re on and were stenciled on the fabric with different colored spray paint. The white arrows were painted with “glow in the dark” white spray paint. The letters on the outside of the fence are made from foam board, were spray painted with a hexagon fence look, and were secured with velcro to the fencing. Both drapes were lit with one LED bar. The letters could be removed and drapes roll up.
The 4 tubes were the 2 materials rolled into a tub and zip tied in the back to hold it together. Tubes used velcro to hold to light. Each were lit with an LED bar from the back.
Nate’s budget was $150 and this came in under that. The fence costed the most.