Atomhawk Design are a leading visual development and design studio, specialising in games, films and digital media. Their impressive client roster features big names like Marvel, Disney Interactive, BBC, Warner Bros Games, Song and Microsoft Studios.
Some of the exciting projects they’ve worked on to date include Avengers: Age of Ultron, Mortal Kombat X, Dead Island Definitive Collection, Kinect Sports Rivals and Angry Birds: Go!
Atomhawk was founded in 2009 by Ron Ashtiani, following 16 years as an artist and creative director in the games and entertainment industry. Now, Atomhawk are a team of 20+ talented individuals working from their headquarters in Gateshead.
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They offer a range of services, including:
- Outstanding concept art and production design for environments, characters, props and vehicles.
- Design for marketing campaigns and products, e.g. box art illustrations for toys and games and advertising for TV shows.
- UI/UX design – creating innovative user interface solutions for any platform.
- Motion graphics, animatics and pre-visualisation work for all genres and styles.
- Art direction and creative consultancy.
Karen Hinchliffe says “Atomhawk are delighted to be involved with Grads in Games’s Search for a Star competition as we’re passionate about encouraging the next generation of digital artists to reach their full potential and helping them prepare effectively for working in the entertainment industry. Congratulations to the winners and we wish them and all those who took part in the competition the best of luck in their future careers.”
As part of their prize, this year’s Search For A Star winners received a copy of Atomhawk’s latest book ‘The Art of Atomhawk, Volume 2.’ You can find out more about the book and purchase it here: http://atomhawk.com/news/post/art-atomhawk-volume-2-now-available-buy