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.”
Stan Miller, the owner of Rosco, talks about how the company began selling scenic paint, and how that expansion of our product range turned many “theatrical lighting” companies into the “theatrical supply” companies you know today.
Scenic artists at Perry Scenic Creative used Rosco Fluorescent and VividFX Scenic Paints to create bold colours for the “Flower of Life” artwork seen on stage during Coldplay’s “A Head Full of Dreams” tour.
The artisans that create the floats for the Toronto Santa Claus Parade use a variety of Rosco scenic products to bring their characters to life.
The team at the Derse marketing agency uses a blend of Rosco Fluorescent Paints to add the electric “pop” needed to create the neon Volt color seen inside Nike Stores across the United States.
We love the Teal Pumpkin Project! So, we came up with two creative Teal Pumpkin Projects that only Rosco customers could achieve.
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.
Ultraviolet light – aka blacklight – is a useful way to enhance your Halloween decor. This post explains why blacklight works and how to create it.
In this final Spectrum chapter examining Rosco’s 100 year history, we continue to look at the events that influenced Rosco’s development and, in turn, shaped our industry. So far, we’ve learned how Rosco got its start and how gel, gobos and fog machines were introduced. As of today, we have several hundred products from ten…
When you work for Rosco, Halloween is the best holiday of the year! It’s the one time of year we get to show off to all of the muggles (non-entertainment folk) what we do. When the cheapo fog machines hit the Target/Wal-Mart shelves, we get to turn to our friends and loved ones and say…