Stage Designs

Paneled Mushroom Cloud

Mason McGill from Kingdom Empowerment Christian Church in Seaford, Delaware brings us this use of rectangles bunched together.

They chose to liven up their worship center with this pattern of panels.

They used twenty-five 4×3 sheets of Coroplast. The checkered pattern was cut in half using a utility knife. They mounted them to the wall with white finishing nails.

The lighting was six slim Par 56 cans that are controlled separately from their main stage lighting.

They were inspired by Lifesong Church’s Re: design.

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6 responses to “Paneled Mushroom Cloud”

  1. komi says:

    hey where did you position those lights, upfront or in the back- and where is the best place to find those lights? Thanks.

  2. Mason McGill says:

    We stationed the lights coming up from the stage and we use top lighting for the actual stage portion

  3. Alex V says:

    Cheaplights.com has Great Lights at a very Low Price. Great For This Application. Uplights 114-Studs.

  4. kate nzama says:

    Can I find a consultant to call me. I need that stage

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