Stage Designs

Separated Coroplast

Stephen Beatty from Abundant Life Church in Denham Springs, Louisiana brings us this fun use of Coroplast and gaff tape.

They started out with 2ft x 4ft sheets of white Coroplast. They attached them with a wire shelving material that you see in the photos using zip ties. To give it that separated look, they used 2 inch black gaff tape. They attached the panels to their track system using black paracorde rope. Very inexpensive and easy to build. Total build time was 7 hours and total amount invested was around $200.

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11 responses to “Separated Coroplast”

  1. Mark Manley says:

    Fantastic! Are you projecting video on this (first image), or is that a gobo? I thought about pixel-mapping this to create a giant LED volume level display as well.

    Great implementation and thanks for the inspiration – I just purchased my first Coroplast this week.

  2. Kristina says:

    What kind of lighting are you using on them? Is it projected from top or bottom? Thanks!

  3. Frank jato says:

    Love your stage designs thay are beautiful

  4. Maurio says:

    What gobos are you using? Any closer photos of the configuration of the lights? Front lit?

  5. Luc says:

    Where do you get your Coroplast from?

  6. Robert Collins says:

    This looks great, but can you explain what you mean by “track system?” I’m thinking to do this in our youth area, but need a way to attach them to the wall without killing the wall too much.

    • Stephen says:

      We have a track system that is mounted to our ceiling that holds theatrical wraps on them. Another way to mount them would be to use black paracord and tie to the ceiling or you could use some kind of I bolt.

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