How to Hang Stretch Shapes Quicker and More Easily
Rose Brand congratulates our fifth blog contest winner, Gilbert Monroy!
Rose Brand congratulates our fifth blog contest winner, Gilbert Monroy. His blog entry described how he built aluminum frames to make the process of hanging up stretch shapes quicker and easier.
Here is how HE did it...
He started off buying a 6 Point Splat #2 and a 5 Point Splat #1. After trying to hang these up at various venues for DJ events, he had to figure out a faster way of hanging them up to get an even stretch. It was too hard to find tie points and get them to look correct. So, Gilbert made frames for each one using 1X1 aluminum square tubing shaped to each splat. These were used to project visuals for DJ events featuring Dead Mau5, Bad Boy Bill, The Crystal Method, Lee Burridge, Infected Mushroom to name a few plus events for his mobile DJ service Rhythm & Dance Factory. Visuals are projected using Eiki projectors and visuals are sent using a MacBook Pro and Arkaos Grand VJ along with Serato Scratch Live during video DJ shows. Rose Brand is accepting applications for the How Did YOU Do It? Blog Contest until April 25. For a chance to have YOUR work featured on Rose Brand's Blog, simply post an explanation of your project and a representative picture or video on our Face Book Page. In your explanation, indicate which Rose Brand products you used, if any. If you end up as a contest winner, you'll also receive a $50 Amazon.com gift certificate and a link to your blog article from the homepage of our e-commerce site at RoseBrand.com. It's a chance for exposure to tens of thousands of people in our industry.