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  • 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 […]
  • Download Our 2016 Catalog

    Blackjack Lighting’s 2016 Professional Catalog is now available for online viewing. READ NOW New designs include the Seraph LED Chandelier which is featured on the cover of the 60-page, four color catalog. A 21st Century update of an ancient design, this “candle-lit” chandelier actually has no flames–or any candles. Holographic etchings on pure clear acrylic […]
  • Wedge Wins Lighting For Tomorrow Award

    The Wedge LED chandelier designed by Stephen Blackman, President and Chief Design Officer at Blackjack Lighting (www.blackjacklighting.com), is a 2015 Lighting For Tomorrow (LFT) award winner. The design received an Honorable Mention in the Indoor LED Fixtures category. Since its launch in 2002, Lighting For Tomorrow has highlighted the most innovative residential energy-efficient lighting designs. […]
  • Patents for Swirl, Starburst

    The latest patents to be awarded to Blackjack Lighting President Stephen Blackman pertain to two of the company’s best-selling designs, the Swirl LED Pendant (US Patent D730,562S) and the Starburst LED Pendant (US Patent D731,105S). During his 30-year career, Blackman’s designs have evolved as technology shifted from incandescent and halogen lighting, fluorescent and compact fluorescent […]
  • Edge-lit Technology Has Many Benefits

    LED edge-lit panels perform extremely well, especially when directing light in one direction. The Wedge chandelier features two rows of angled forms attached to a center ring that fill a room with up and down light. Each of the fixture’s edge-lit panels has three layers: A custom optical lens in the middle, a highly reflective rear […]
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