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Illuminated Photography Displays

Documented Benefits for Nursing home Residents


What are Artlits?

Our ArtLit Box displays bring the stunning photography of artist John Harrison to life with full LED illumination, created in custom handmade box frames. Unlike some backlit art, our ArtLit´s use the highest quality printing and production processes available:

  • Gold-Standard LED-Illumination Technology

  • Duratrans (Fujitrans) Continuous Tone Printing

  • Flexible Framing Sizes and Configurations

What is our objective?

Our Artlits provide passive therapeutic benefits that can improve the quality of life for nursing home residents. By affecting their overall well-being by just having an Artlit in their space. 


ARTFULLY GIVING was founded on a simple idea  – that art can change the world. But at ARTFULLY GIVING, we know that it is not just seeing great art that changes lives. In our case, the very platform we use to share and sell art represents a new way to promote positive social and environmental good.

ARTFULLY GIVING is a purpose built community of artists, nonprofits, individuals, and organizations all working together to make the planet cleaner, our communities healthier, and the world a better place to be through buying, selling, and sharing beautiful works of art. Trust and transparency make up our core values and giving back in a sustainable way is our mission.

Founder John Harrison has been a travel and nature photographer for two decades. His work has been featured in National Geographic, showcased on network television, and used for visual reference in research and documentaries. ARTFULLY GIVING is a movement redefining corporate social responsibility by shifting focus away from shareholder profits that benefit only a few to a community of stakeholders spanning many socially mindful organizations and individuals. John founded Artfully Giving to serve as his legacy which combines passion with purpose.

It is essential to show the importance of the generation of elderly people by lifting their spirits and providing vibrant illuminated photography in their space. 

Empirical Evidence-Based Research

Study 1:

Light Therapy with illuminated boxes has already been successful in hospital environments worldwide.

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Study 2:

Inner Vision: An Exploration of Art and the Brain. Semir Zeki

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The Artlits are not only functional but also provide enough light in the room to replace a nightlight. 


25% of profit of every sale will be donated to social and environmental nonprofits


Our Artlit Illuminations

With our ArtLit Box displays, water sparkles, lightning crackles, and the moonlight shine with captivating clarity.

Available in a variety of standard frame sizes including:

  • 8”x12”

  • 12”x12”

  • 11”x16”

  • 12”x18”

  • 16”x24”

  • 20”x30”

  • Other sizes available


Custom large-scale (up to 4’ x 8’) printing also available.

Logistics- Installation-Maintenance:

Lighting Specs

  • Max Load 60W - 300W

  • Input Voltage 120V AC

  • Output Voltage 12V DC
    LEDs placed every two inches behind the print for optimal light dispersion. 
    E.g. a 20x30 Artlit would have 300 LED and a 12x18 would have 108


Our Art Advisor expertise

Our Art Director Guylene Solon has curated 3 collections to choose from that may suit specific environments within the nursing home.  

  • Nature Collection

  • City Collection

  • Combination of both Nature and City Images

Guylene Solon from Brooklyn, New York is a Multidimensional Artist, Photographer, and Designer who studied at the New School Parsons School of Design & Pratt Institute BFA Fine Art, Photography & Design. Prior to joining Artfully Giving, Guylene has worked with Williams Sonoma, Pottery Barn in New York as well as curated the interior design for several Bed & Breakfasts in Lisbon, Portugal, Puglia, Italy, and in the Yucatan, Mexico. 

25% of profit of every sale is donated to social and environmental nonprofits

Thank you for helping change the world

A preview of our Artlit  Photography Collections:

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