The artists at Knomad Colab used Rosco Image Spot Minis to create window projections for a series of pop-up light art activations around Philadelphia.
Lighting Designer Don Darnutzer used a combination of handmade lighting masks & Rosco patterns to create mountainous gobo projections for a production of “Carmen.”
Designers at Obscura Digital chose Rosco Custom Glass Gobos to project flowers & leaves onto San Francisco’s historic Conservatory of Flowers for an installation of their “Photosynthesis” light art series.
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.
The design team for the De Bastei cultural centre in Nijmegen, Netherlands chose the Rosco Image Spot to project informational text directly onto the stonework of its archaeological ruins.
Enter The Rosco Gobo Design Contest for your chance to establish your legacy in the lighting community. Grand Prize: Your design inside the Rosco Gobo Catalog along with a copy of your winning gobo and an Image Spot to project it with!
Lighting Designer Cory Pattak designed a pair of custom glass gobos for a production of “1776.” Those two gobos are now available to everyone because we recently added them to our library of standard gobos.
The design team at Lichtkompetenz explains the concept behind their light art installation in Zug, Switzerland and the inspiration behind their custom gobo designs.
Back in the ’70’s & 80’s, Lighting Designer, Tony Tucci, had to hand-cut his own gobos. This is the story of how some of those designs are now a part of Rosco’s extensive library of gobo patterns.
Lighting Designer, Al Crawford, designed a custom gobo for a gala he was designing. That pattern is now a part of the Rosco gobo library. Al shares the inspiration for his Crawford Leaf gobo design.