Design Elements

Bubble Wrap Frames

Glen Johnson from Atlantic Beach Assembly of God in Atlantic Beach, FL brings us this combination of fake trusses holding bubble wrap.

Glen took two ideas and merged them into one. Bublé Wrap and The Antitruss.

While Glen used bubble wrap in the middle of his faux truss frame, you could easy stretch any fabric or material between the edges of the truss frame.

The podium was built using PVC pipe, and spray painted with chrome paint. He used two 3/4″ pipes and one 1/2″ pipe (for the cross beams, he cut these at a 90 degree angle with a circular table saw). He used sixteen 3/4 T’s and 8 3/4 caps. He took an old music stand, took the top of it off, and used it for the top part. He also used eight 3/4″ caps for the bottom and the top. Everything was held together by screws.

For the truss frame he used about twenty 3/4″ pipes, about fifteen 1/2″ pipes (cross beams), seventy-two 3/4 T’s, eight 90 degree angled electrical piping, and sixteen 3/4″ couplers. Everything was held together with silver screws.

He then zip-tied bubble wrap to the frames and lit it all with 8 LED fixtures he bought from Ebay.






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