Artograph offers a Replacement 250-watt Photo Lamp for Artograph Prism Opaque Art Projectors. Rated for approximately 20 hours of use.
“Make it work and make it easy” was the simple philosophy of Artograph’s founders. In 1947 their vision and perseverance yielded the first Artograph art projector fabricated from assorted automobile and garage door parts, plywood, and old lens and bellows – all junk shop finds.
A creative imagination spurred a product line truly outside the box – art projectors, light boxes, spray booths, and eventually, Open Studio furniture. Each product is backed by a long-standing reputation of high quality workmanship. Regardless of your level of expertise or experience, Artograph offers a wide range of products to best fit your needs. They "make it easy” for you.
Artograph’s mission is to provide a continuous flow of unique and innovative products and services of superior value to the creative markets around the world. Their products will both make the creative process more rewarding and productive for our customers while motivating them to discover and enjoy their creative inner self.