Light Becomes Night in The Changeling

The Royal Dramatic Theatre (RDT) in Stockholm challenged Big Image with covering a circle that was just under 15 feet/4,5 meters in diameter and manufactured out of aluminum for the RDT’s production of “The Changeling” by the famous Swedish author, Selma Lagerlöf. The circle was designed to be rolled across the stage and used to […]

 “Look at the rugs – find me”

“Look at the rugs – find me” was Märta Måås answer when she was asked to describe her artistry. It was her rugs that spoke expressively about who she was, her sources of inspiration, her life and career, and the conditions experienced by female entrepreneurs during the first half of the twentieth century. This beautiful […]

Speaking Memories

Speaking Memories – The Last Witnesses of the Holocaust is an exhibition dedicated to those who were there. Those who have personal memories and experience from the Holocaust. Those who survived. Presenting portraits and testimonies, the exhibition focuses on survivors who rebuilt their lives in Sweden after the Holocaust. The exhibition provides access to USC […]

Big in Japan!

Big in Japan produced by Artefatto (Big Image Italy)! For the production of ”On the Town” Big Image printed almost 1200 square meters on cotton cloth. “On the Town” is on show at Hyogo Theater in Japan. On the Town was first produced on Broadway in 1944. The musical introduced several popular and classic songs, […]

286 square meters large drop on cotton cloth

For the production of Fanny and Alexander at Dramaten Big Image got the opportunity to print a seamless 26x11m drop on cotton cloth. A couple of years ago they hand painted the exact same image for the scenography. The only thing that was saved from that time was a piece of image which they brought […]

Backdrops for NBC’s Anna Karenina

Background Prepare. Commit. Leap. These words preceded the one the National Ballet of Canada chose as the overarching adjective for its collaborative production of Anna Karenina: “Soaring.” Arts critics such as Michael Crabb of The Toronto Star, agree. “Story ballets thrive on white-hot emotion,” Crabb writes, “but rarely does the mercury soar as high as […]

Eco Friendly and Sustainable Printing – News Flash from Big Image US