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.”
A light and sound installation used projected art and poetry to communicate the impact that police violence continues to have on the BIPOC community.
Lighting Designer, James K. Davis, shares a useful, low-budget, low-tech solution for blending projections from two projectors onto one surface.
Acclaimed Broadway Lighting Designer Donald Holder shares his collaborative experience bringing “Anastasia” to life on Broadway.
The team at ACTLD transformed Strasbourg’s historic Place du Château into an immersive visual experience using a combination of projection mapping and hundreds of projected B&W glass gobos.
The Kitchener Waterloo Symphony installed Rosco Flexible Silver Mirror on their stage floor to reflect the geometric shapes that were projected on the background.
Curious to know how the plastic gobos you’d print yourself will perform? Anne Hunter, Rosco’s gobo product manager, illustrates the difference between print-at-home “gobos” and Rosco Cool Ink Plastic Gobos.
The buzz around the new cool running LED profiles such as ETC’s Source 4 LED and Osram’s Kreios fixtures is palpable and I anticipate that the interest level in this technology will only increase as more and more fixtures get installed in venues around the world. In light of this new technology, this post will…