Scott Avey from Grace Community Church in Indiana brings us this kinked masterpiece from their series “Kinks”. Scott usually only has 4-8 days notice of what their series will be so this project came together quickly and inexpensively ($150 max for the coroplast, hoses and dryer vent hoses). Scott handcut the Coroplast to make the letters–using an old-fashioned overhead projector with the logo printed on it (2-hour process).

Scott used mylar/aluminum and vinyl dryer vent hoses from Walmart for $8/8ft section. All of the hoses were suspended and twisted around using craft wire. The letters were lit with American DJ LED Par 56’s, an Elation Blinder, and Three Chauvet LED RGB strobes. The trusses were lit with American DJ LED par 56’s. They used Freestyler DMX for their lighting software (a free Windows based DMX controller).

3 responses to Kinks

  1. dreamministriesbygrace January 4, 2011 at 6:56 pm

    So grateful for the gifts Scott brings to Grace Community

  2. Never realized how much went into the stage design. I think we take it for granted that it always looks awesome up on stage with no thought on what it takes to make it happen. Thansk for all you do Scott!

  3. Thanx for this article. it is very helpful. We are building our new tent and I kind of wanted modern light based decor.. I will try to see if I can get the corplast here in Dar Es salaam, Tanzania, East Africa.. Keep posting some more findings.
    Stay blessed

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