Les Woodard from Azalea Garden Church in Virginia Beach, VA brings us these rippled frames.

They used hammered metal/aluminum screen to make their design. They used 2x2s to create their frames, spray painted the fronts/sides black, wrapped those in black landscape fabric, and then covered each in brite aluminum screening. They made different sizes and shaped frames. They hung the frames from 2×4’s they nailed around the top of the stage with eye hooks, clips, and chains. This kept them from nailing or attaching anything to the walls.

They used 6 Chauvet COLORband PiX lights, four in the middle and one on each side to light the frames. They painted their back wall dark gray (Knight’s Armour – Behr paint). They don’t have regular screens for their video projection but rather use screen paint. They painted a 4-inch light gray border around that. They purchased a new black metal pulpit from Podiums Direct. The frames, hooks, chains all cost around $700. Podium $600. Lights $1600.

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2 responses to Rippled

  1. Looks very nice! We just bought a podium very similar – if not the same one – from displays-to-go for $275

  2. I have been seeing a few folks using this metal mesh material to do the “bunching” andi have been doing the same idea with heavy paper, and frankly the metal would SOOOO much easier, any links to what EXACTLY this material is, i can seem to find something that looks like what your using.

    any help would be appreciated.

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