Atomic Printworks is a print and design product collection. As well as the infographic prints for which the brand originally became well-known, the collection has expanded to include a broader range of subjects, all with the signature bold and bright graphic language.
Atomic Printworks first launched in 2013 as a collection of infographic prints covering the subjects of space, science and geography. The core principal was producing products for people who like to learn.
The prints were a big hit with children and adults alike, with enthusiastic customers scattered across Europe, Scandinavia and the USA. The posters (and Isotopiks knowledge cards) have been sold in the Design Museum, the Science Museum, the National Gallery of Singapore, and design shops around the world.
Atomic Printworks founder Simon Tyler put the project on hold in 2017 to concentrate on illustrated books. He finally relaunched the collection in 2020, expanding the range of the posters and also developing new products.
Atomic Printworks designs have been featured in The Times, The Telegraph, Mail Online, The Guardian, The Independent, Elle Decoration, It’s Nice That, and others.