Filmmakers used two stylized Manhattan skyline Rosco SoftDrops to create a “Rom-Com-Fantasy” version of New York City in the romantic comedy “Isn’t It Romantic.”
When designers needed to illuminate the displays in the low-ceilinged cellar for Emmentaler show dairy, they knew that Rosco Miro and Pica Cubes were their only lighting solution.
Drawing on her years of experience as Resident Scenic Artist at Tobins Lake Studios, Jamie Clausius discusses the similarities and differences of our Supersaturated and Off Broadway Scenic Paint.
A tribute to Eric Tishman who has retired after 31 years of consistent success at Rosco.
Lighting Designer Paulina Villalobos chose Rosco’s gobo projection solutions to re-create characters from Kandinsky’s “Blue Sky” in the plaza outside the Artequin Museum in Santiago de Chile.
Weston Letters, an L.A.-based sign company, chose Rosco GamColor filters to cover the entire IAC building in Hollywood in rainbow colors for the 2018 Los Angeles Gay Pride Festival.
Scenic Artist Angelique Powers shares nine tips on what NOT to do when working with Roscoflamex Flame Retardants.
A look back on the most popular Rosco Spectrum Blog posts of 2018.
When Gaffer Logan Reynolds needed an LED light fixture he could use as the key light in several different lighting setups for a branded content shoot, he chose the DMG Lumière SL Switch.
Essential Light Design Studio used Rosco Image Spot LED Projectors and customized Rosco Gobos to highlight three iconic roof-top water tanks in the West End Dallas skyline.