Mirror foil for effect

To the stage setting of “Un Ballo in Maschera” the scenographer wanted to decorate the walls with mirror foil, with the thought of giving the walls a little more depth thanks to the mirror effect. In the scenography they wanted to give the walls a dark, patinated feeling, where it towards the edges would be painted all black, but at the same time it was important that the wallpaper would be experienced as lively and glossy.

Printed wood on textile fabric to the musical Donna Juanita

Donna Juanita is a newly written musical by Johanna Garpe and Erik Norberg which takes its starting point in Hasse Alfredsson and Tage Danielsson freed Donna Juanita from the revue “Spader, Madame!” She was the sister of Don Juan. Donna Juanita is a musical journey through Sweden in the world from 1960 to 2016. Gina Dirawi makes her debut on the stage as Anita / Donna Juanita.

American mesh backdrop for Vedova Allegra

“I will devote my first north american conference to the opposition light-weight, and I will uphold the reasons ​​of lightness”, this is the beginning of the legendary “lezioni americane” (american lessons) that Italo Calvino held at Harvard in 1985. To explain the lightness Calvino use the expression “take off weight “and opposed the lightness of artistic forms to the” weight “of existence.

Stage backdrop to My Night with Churchill

With his first two solos Diederik van Vleuten wrote theater history, creating a new form of theater. In his third attempt he seeks answer to the question why his father, did not initiate him into the world of sex, drinking, football and money, but rather had his son learn from speeches by Winston Churchill.

Stage adaption of Peter Rabbit

Soon after the Enchantment Theatre Company of Philadelphia, PA began to develop a wonderfully whimsical stage adaptation of Beatrix Potter’s Peter Rabbit™ Tales, its artistic team realized large format printing on fabric would be best for achieving a marvelous, mobile set design.

Seamless backdrop a success on the world’s stages

Translight Fabric uses a new technique to print on the front and back of fabric with perfect matching and no joins. This opens up new opportunities for set designers to create backdrops that provide colour, depth and realistic transitions between day and night – simply by changing the lighting.

Translight fabric for backdrop

This summer Jo Schramm a well known german set designer wanted to try out our new Translight fabric. We got his feedback the other week along with some photos of his set design. His comment was, “This works great live!