Kodak Lantern Lamp
Kodak Lantern Lamp
Kodak Lantern Lamp
Kodak Lantern Lamp

Kodak Lantern Lamp


The Kodak brand did not only produce films and cameras. She also created lanterns in the 1970s. This ArtJL design lamp was produced from one of them. Its industrial style will surprise you.

  • Color : Yellox
  • Materials : Iron
  • Dimensions : H.24 x L.30 x P.24 cm
  • Lighting : LED
  • Date of upcycled product : 70’s

Free delivery in metropolitan France.

Available: 1 in stock

This table lamp is adjustable. Vintage, very original with its openwork grid.

The electrical installation is new. The modifications to this lamp have been made with great care and passion. Enough to offer you a perfectly functional design object that can be used safely and for a long time.

Yellow finish.

Original creation by ArtJL.

Unique model, signed and numbered ArtJL214.


The name "Kodak" appeared for the first time in 1888 when the first cameras were launched. The Kodak Universal lantern could be used in different ways: it could be placed on a table, hung on the wall or hung from the ceiling using a chain.

By transforming it into a lamp, the ArtJL brand continues the history of this object.

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« When Jérôme showed me his first upcyling of Thermor heaters from the 60s and 70s, memories of childhood immediately resurfaced. Because, it is indeed a Thermor heater which warmed us the winter after the bath, in the bathroom of my grandmother where I lived a time. Also, the idea of ​​reviving this object that would probably have ended up in the recycling center immediately appealed to me. I was able to find the heater that was sleeping in an attic and entrust it to Jérôme who transformed it into a superb ArtJL lamp. The latter now sits prominently in my living room. » (François-René A., Le Mans)

« Bright meeting with Jérôme on his ArtJL stand at the Monaco show in October 2017. I am very proud to be the proud owner of a beautiful lamp that lights up my evenings. A choice is essential for a second lamp. » (Laurence B., Arles)