The late Lighting Designer Howell Binkley was known for always using R77760 in his designs. We have re-named this gobo BINKLEY REFLECTIONS in tribute to his memory.
Rosco Gobos and Image Spot gobo projectors provide businesses with a professional solution to promote healthy practices in their establishment.
Donor Alliance and LD Heather Smith installed Rosco Image Spots and Custom Glass Gobos at several hospitals throughout Colorado & Wyoming to raise awareness for organ and tissue donation.
Get ready for the feels! Adrian Hillis may be one of the most romantic theatre people we know. He not only proposed to his girlfriend Emma on the stage where they first met – he did it with a gobo!
Seven of our favorite Valentine’s Day patterns along with some suggestions on how they might be used.
Recently, Eric Tishman – a 27-year Rosco-veteran – was appointed to our International Business Development Group to oversee Rosco’s growth in South America. One of Eric’s primary goals was to visit the thriving market in Chile and call on our Santiago dealer Valook SA. Eric learned that the Valook team – and their customers –…
Lighting Designer Kate Leahy used Rosco gobos and gels to create the achingly beautiful and incredibly violent atmosphere for the play ‘The Strange Case of Dr. Jekyll And Mr. Hyde’.
Thanks to the Sochi Olympics, the eyes of the world are getting a glimpse into Russia’s culture and heritage. Just as Bob Costas and Mary Carillo might introduce us to Russian culture in their broadcasts, we thought we’d share some insights with you into Russian theatre. Damir Ismagilov, chief lighting designer for the Bolshoi Theatre…
It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas thanks to Rosco’s holiday & winter themed gobos. Our friends over at Got Light in San Francisco shared some of their fantastic images that showcase how they use Rosco gobos to add seasonal accents into their holiday event decor. The Bloomsburg Theatre Ensemble presented “A Very Special…
Lighting Designer Declan Randall brought his vision of “Starlight Express” alive by using Rosco Gobos to “support the artistic intent of the performance and add layer upon layer of softly textured and coloured light to any scene.”