Scenic Resource Gallery

Sisters In Liberty

Scenic Artist Tammy Honesty explains the process she used to paint a 3D-printed replica of Florence, Italy’s famous “Liberty of Poetry” statue for an exhibit at the Ellis Island National Immigration Museum.

Architectural Resource Gallery

Lakeview Penthouse

Designers created an illuminated stairway landing where the light not only changed color temperature with the time of day, it was also only visible when viewed from above.

Scenic Resource Gallery

Chesterfield Circus

Two scenic artists explain how they used Rosco Scenic Products to coat and protect a foam skull entryway that transformed a home into a haunted house – this Halloween, and for Halloween seasons to come.

Architectural Resource Gallery

Vitré Lumières

The mediaeval city of Vitré France has installed over 40 Image Spot fixtures to create gobo projections that come alive when viewed through a mobile app.

Scenic Resource Gallery

Sweeney Todd

It’s hard to find a wide-width wood graining tool. So, when Scenic Artist Terra Writz needed to paint 6-in planks for a faux parquet floor – she made her own. Then she shared her process with us!

Architectural Resource Gallery

Spineless Wonders Exhibit

Designer Rachel Filbeck chose Rosco Custom LitePads to uplight an invertebrate exhibition because they are a “clean & modern” lighting solution that would maintain a safe temperature for the specimens.

Architectural Resource Gallery

Changi Experience Studio

Lighting designers at Tokyoblue specified over 300 Miro Cubes to illuminate different attractions inside Singapore’s award-winning Changi Airport.

Architectural Resource Gallery

The Conrad Prebys Performing Arts Center

The design team on the Baker-Baum Concert Hall color mixed the RGBW LEDs inside our Rosco Miro Cube 4C fixtures to create white light to enhance the natural wood accents inside the venue.

Architectural Resource Gallery

San Francisco Conservatory of Flowers Projected Gobos

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.

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