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Projections of moving bubbles lit up the opening-night party for the Broadway production of The Little Mermaid in 2008

'The Little Mermaid' Opening Night Party: Projections of moving bubbles lit up the opening night party for the Broadway production of The Little Mermaid in

Would be a great focal point with white florals!

We are absolutely crazy about this idea of combining linear objects with lovely flowers to create this installation. This could be a great focal point for the center of the room and can match the corporate colors.

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Orange Innovation 2012 on Motion Graphics Served // white boxes and shadows

TELENOR 2015

TELENOR 2015

Cloudy House par Tomás Saraceno - Journal du Design

Cloudy House par Tomás Saraceno

The '80s Totally Rule - 1980s Party Supplies - Retro Party Ideas | BigDotOfHappiness.com

The '80s Totally Rule - 1980s Party Supplies - Retro Party Ideas | BigDotOfHappiness.com

eurovision set - Google Search

eurovision set - Google Search

Grace Community Church (Fremont, OH) - Unstoppable Sermon Series Stage - 2011

Like the burst -out in the center. Grace Community Church (Fremont, OH) - Unstoppable Sermon Series Stage - 2011

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Or similar material folded into pillars which have designs cut out. Ground lights on the inside shining out so the patterns are shone.

TERRACANIA1

TERRACANIA1

TELENOR 2014

TELENOR 2014

Diane Salzmann from Christ Community Church in Illinois brings us this lovely use of texture! Their stage is very tall so they tried to fill it top to bottom. They also have 3 other campuses with stages that need backdrops to match so Diane tried to find materials that were lightweight, easy to work with, and cheap. She was created this using Natural coroplast panels that were zip-tied then taped together into a column. (3 panels per column so each column was 4'Wx24'H) Then she broke the…

Diane Salzmann from Christ Community Church in Illinois brings us this lovely use of texture! Their stage is very tall so they tried to fill it top to bottom. They also have 3 other campuses with stages that need backdrops to match so Diane tried to find materials that were lightweight, easy to work with, and cheap. She was created this using Natural coroplast panels that were zip-tied then taped together into a column. (3 panels per column so each column was 4'Wx24'H) Then she broke the…

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