Throwback: Cubism

Denny Weinman at Sugar Creek Baptist Church in Sugar Land, Texas brings us this 3d wireframe wonder. 

The thirty wireframe boxes were constructed from 1×2′s cut into 4 foot lengths.

To interlock the pieces, Denny used a half inch straight router bit and routed each piece of those with a notch so that the pieces set inside each other. He used some wood glue  and a nail gun with finishing nails to hold them together.

Denny used tie line to hang the majority of them and safety cable to hang the first few.

The project took about two days from start to finish and material cost was around $200 (you have the router, chop saw etc.).

3 responses to Throwback: Cubism

  1. This was amazingly cool yet simple and affordable. I got a chance to see it in person and Denny did a fantastic job coming up with and creating this idea. Looks amazing!

  2. Denny,

    This is great. I am very impressed with this idea. It's very unique and dynamic. You have done a wonderful job. Thanks for your hard work Glorifying God with your stage sets.


  3. Denny,

    Super-cool and very unique. I love the lighted look as well. This is inspiring to me- i’m thinking now about doing something similar to come up with a truss look. Thanks for sharing your gifts!

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