The New Yorker, "The Bright Lights of the Salesforce Tower", May 25, 2018, by Nathan Heller

The New York Times, "In San Francisco Public Art Soars High Into the Skyline", May 22, 2018 by David Streitfeld and Charles McDermid

San Francisco Chronicle, "The big experiment in the sky", May 20, 2018 by Sam Whiting
SF Gate, "Visible 20 miles away: Salesforce Tower art lights up the SF skyline during testing", April 27, 2018 by Amy Graff

Cool Hunting, "Artist Jim Campbell's LED Matrix and Low-Resolution Video Works", November 2017

The Brooklyn Rail, "Digital Punk", November 2, 2017 by Kota Azawa

Design Boom, "Jim Campbell Suspends Scattered Light in Hong Kong", September 2014

Art in America, "Jim Campbell at Bryce Wolkowitz Gallery", July 1, 2014 by Jean Dykstra

Wired, "Jim Campbell's Gloriously Low-Res Light Art", April 4, 2014 by Liz Stinson

Artnet News, "Why Is Jim Campbell's Low-Res Video Art So Compelling, Even Captivating? April 2, 2014 by Benjamin Sutton

ArtInfo, "19 Questions for Electronic Artist Jim Campbell", March 31, 2014 by Ashton Cooper

The Creators Project, "Jim Campbell's sculptural LED light installations", March 19, 2014 by Emerson Rosenthal

Gizmodo, "These Dazzling LED Sculptures Are Like Giant Kinetic Lite-Brites

Design Milk, "Pixelated, The LED art of Jim Campbell", March 19, 2014 by David Behringer", March 27, 2014 by Michael Hession

Cool Hunting, "Jim Campbell in NYC", March 10, 2014 by Nara Shin

Dallas News, "LED artist has created the 50th piece in the Cowboys Stadium collection", May 2, 2013 by Michael Granberry

Forbes, "That Rumored 12-Megapixel iPhone? Jim Campbell's London Art Installation Outperforms With Just 1000 Pixels", April 23, 2013 by Jonathon Keats

ArtDaily, "SFMoMA Honors Jim Campbell with Lifetime Achievement Award"

New York Magazine, "The Making of Jim Campbell's Scattered Light", October 30, 2011 by Miranda Siegel

ARTINFO, "Walking + Falling", April 8, 2011 by Stacy Ho

New York Times, "Madison Park, All Aglow", July 29, 2010 by Carol Vogel

ArtDaily, "Jim Campbell to Present His Most Amibitious Public Art Project to Date"

San Francisco Chronicle, "Home Movies not like the ones your dad made", April 14, 2007 by Kenneth Baker

New York Times, Art in Review, "ArtApparatus", October 17, 2003, by Ken Johnson

Art New England, May 2009
Twilight: Landscapes of the Mind by David Raymond

Art US 24/25, Fall/Winter, 2008
Jim Campbell's Mother Board and Father Time by Laura Richard Janku

Art Papers ,May/June, 2008, (pp. 4445)
Phantasmagoria: Specters of Absence by Amy White

LEISURE & ARTS, May 17-18, 2008
They were Just Playing Around by Richard B. Woodward

The Wall Street Journal, May 17, 2008, (p. W6)
They Were Just Playing Around: But Experimental Videos From '60s and '70s California Are Now Recognized as Art by Richard B. Woodward