Artograph®

Art Projectors, Light Boxes, and Spray Booths from Artograph®

From the first art projector, assembled in a garage over six decades ago, to the state-of-the-art models precision-built today, Artograph always strives to deliver easy-to-use, reliable products. Our products have changed over the years, but our commitment to quality and creativity is as strong as ever. From our art projectors, light boxes, and spray booths to our Open Studio furniture line, everything is designed with the artist in mind. We look forward to the next half century as we continue to make the creative process more rewarding and productive for our customers.


Juxtapoz Revolution ReviewThe new issue of Juxtapoz Magazine magazine is out with an AWESOME review of the LightPad Revolution by Artograph!

“An essential tool for illustrators, the brand new Artograph LightPad Revolution light box is one of our favorite new art tools of 2014. The key detail allows the artist to rotate their project with ease for more accurate tracing or designing. Lock in place and get making.”

Thank you, Juxtapoz, and we agree!


How STRONG is the LightPad LED lightbox by Artograph?

After we drove over this LED LightPad lightbox by Artograph SIX times, tested it to be sure it still worked perfectly and was effectively undamaged, we then took it to the roof of our 2-story building and threw it into the parking lot.

Our engineer on the roof, Stefan, said later he had actually tried to have it land flat by throwing it like a Frisbee. But, as you see in the video, the LightPad hit a pothole on a corner and bounced — a very thorough impact test! Again, the LightPad was undamaged. The solid aluminum frame was not dented nor distorted it any way, and the acrylic lightbox surface was perfectly intact.

Obviously, we don’t recommend you try these sort of tests yourself (*Do Not Attempt! You will void your warranty!), but you can be confident your LightPad by Artograph is engineered and built for strength and durability to last a lifetime.

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