A look back on the most popular Rosco Spectrum Blog posts of 2019.
Scenic Artist Tim Parati used Rosco Invisible Blue Fluorescent Paint to create large, glowing scenery for a production of “Pete The Cat” at Children’s Theatre of Charlotte.
Scenic and Lighting Designer Paul Yeates created a “UV-blueprint” scenic effect using a combination of Rosco UV scenic paint and Rosco UV LED fixtures.
Scenic Artist, Jenn Bobo, used Rosco UV paints to create a special effect that announced the angel’s arrival on stage in a production of “Angels in America.”
BRC Imagination Arts selected Rosco Miro Cube UV LED fixtures to illuminate specialty fluorescent graphics inside the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame.
Scenic artists at Arizona Theatre Company explain how they used Rosco Off Broadway Paints to tone & age their set for a production of “Fences.”
Introducing the Miro Cube UV365! This 4″ cube contains the most powerful UV LED black light fixture on the market!
Lighting Designer Barbara Samuels and Scenic Designer Sara Walsh use an X-24 to transport their characters and audience to a completely different place – without a physical scenery change.
Tis the season for haunted houses, spooky mazes and Halloween parties. No doubt, if you partake in any of the above, you’ll probably experience at least one black light effect. We covered what makes good black light in a previous Spectrum post. Now, we’ll illustrate how, thanks to the LED black light technology found in…