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  • Seraph Chandelier Wins LFT Grand Prize

    Blackjack Lighting’s Seraph chandelier is a 2016 Lighting For Tomorrow (LFT) Grand Prize award winner in the Indoor LED Fixtures category. Seraph Chandelier was designed by Stephen Blackman, Blackjack Lighting President and Chief Design Officer. Founded by Blackman in 2013, Blackjack Lighting has received two other Lighting For Tomorrow awards. In 2014, the award went […]
  • Innovation and Standardization Don’t Mix

    In a new interview with Stephen Blackman published on YLighting’s DESIGN NECESSITIES blog, Blackjack Lighting’s Founder and President explains why so called “legacy” LED light sources are an obstacle to innovation in decorative fixture design. “Letting LEDs be LEDs, and finding ways to make the most of their unique attributes, leads to new possibilities,” he […]
  • Swirl Stars in Awards Judging Video

    By our count, there is no other lighting designer who has won more Lighting For Tomorrow awards than Blackjack Lighting President Stephen Blackman. As a freelance designer, Blackman won Lighting For Tomorrow Awards for other manufacturers. Since Blackjack Lighting opened in 2013, the company has received awards for the Swirl pendant (US Patent D730,562S) and […]
  • Starburst’s New Options

    Blackjack Lighting’s Starburst Chandelier works in applications once dominated by incandescent chandeliers. This design by Stephen Blackman breaks new ground with optical light guides at the end of each arm. The faceted optical acrylic light guides are laser cut to a sharp, flat edge and treated with a special coating to optimize LED illumination. (US […]
  • Blackjack Back at LEDucation

    Blackjack Lighting returns to LEDucation March 29-30 at the NY Hilton Midtown. Look for us in Space 73. New designs from our 2016 catalog will be on hand, including the super-efficient edge-lit 6″ Boxer pendant. Available in Polished Chrome and White, Boxer hangs from thin black suspension wires that adjust 10 to 72 inches from […]
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