Throwback: Stained Paper Panels

Patrick Fore from Journey Church in Norman, Oklahoma combined his passion for Illustrator and Photoshop with some stage design savvy to create these cool panels. 

He used Epson Backlit Paper (3’x100′ roll) through his wide format printer to create the paper patterns, then attached them to black wooden frames.

He created 5 frames that were 36″x90″ and 6 frames that were 24″x36″ made from 1 1/2 inch studs. He then scattered them around the stage and ¬†backlit them with LED lights.

Download the zipped design files for the paper panels here.

Check out Patrick Fore’s design portfolio and website.

26 responses to Throwback: Stained Paper Panels

  1. Is there a way that we could see what his original design looked like in Photoshop? This looks amazing!

  2. this is incredible. wow!

  3. this is incredible. wow!

  4. i'd love the pdf's when you get them!

  5. Wow! This is perfect for what we are looking for. Are the pdf's available yet?

  6. Yes, the PDFs are for available for a small fee. Contact me for details.

  7. Just made the PDFs availible for free, snap a picture of the final product and send it to me.

  8. hi where can i get this epson backlit paper?

  9. Love this idea! Wondering what LED lights you used to illuminate from behind – brand/model?

  10. I absolutely love this!

  11. That is awesome! Where did you get the wide printer? And what was the cost?

  12. Where can i get the PDF’s? I really like this design

  13. Hi Patrick,
    I just saw this stage set and love it. We are going to be doing a series called “The Church: Isn’t She Beautiful”. We would like to produce the panels. I’m new at this so can you walk me through how to get the prints printed on the backlit paper and where to order the paper from?

  14. Love this design! Great job!

  15. Deb and anyone else interested…

    I downloaded the pdfs above and sent them to to be printed on vinyl called backlit crystal laminate. Pricey but I’ll get a display image 36″ x 60″. I’ll make the frame and it will attach them with velcro. A lot of work went into those images above and this guy appreciates your work Patrick…keep them coming!


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