Lighting Designer and Rosco Ambassador Trey Brazeal used Rosco Pica Cubes as the footlights for a production of Little Shop of Horrors.
Designers projected ancient family crests onto the walls of Nagoya Castle for a festival that celebrated Japan’s fusion of tradition & technology.
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.
Rosco Image Spot Gobo Projectors create gobo projections that re-create historical details on the side of Le Musée des Augustins in Toulouse, France.
Designer Josh Epstein shares why the realistic tungsten & evocative colors produced by Rosco’s Miro Cube 4CA makes it an excellent LED footlight solution.
Lighting Designer Don Darnutzer used a combination of handmade lighting masks & Rosco patterns to create mountainous gobo projections for a production of “Carmen.”
Rosco Cube LED fixtures provide the Stapferhaus museum with exhibit lighting solutions and “unlimited possibilities” when it comes to illuminating their exhibitions.
Lighting Designer Christina Watanabe describes how she created passion on stage for a production of “The Wild Party” by using Rosco’s vivid Storaro colors.
As a part of their effort to improve the nighttime landscape of Ciudad Rodrigo in Spain, designers used Image Spots and customized gobos to accentuate the Gothic details on the city’s Palacio de Montarco.
Lighting Designer Bradley King explains why and how he chose the Rosco Braq Cube 4C as the footlights in his his Tony Award®-winning lighting design for the hit Broadway musical “Hadestown.”