Born in a garage over 30 years ago, Atomic Props & Effects shares a similar story to many of the industry leading companies it works with today. The brainchild of a Wisconsin boy turned art-director, the place-based prop company has become a one-stop-shop for some of the largest ad agencies in the country.
Atomic Props & Effects takes your advertising messages and makes them come alive. Through the art and engineering of interactive advertising we construct larger than life 3D billboards and other creative outdoor advertising that will leave all who see them breathless. Utilizing ultra-realistic rendering and unbelievable artistry, our artists and builders take ideas from conception to jaw dropping, in-your-face place-based advertising installations. If you’re looking for wow, you’ll find it here.
It’s good to be back! The iconic Yahoo! billboard has returned to its original location off of I-80 in San Francisco but with a bit of a makeover. The new billboard boasts over 200,00 lumens of light output, 10,000 individual led modules and has an internet connection so the display can be updated in real time to any message or color that Yahoo! would like.
Take a chance and see what happens. We built these custom bus shelter inserts and toppers for Chanel that featured a sleek and elegant design for their campaign. This shelter has all the bells and whistles installed. It features two screens, one plays the Chanel commercial and the other allows you to create a GIF. A perfume card sample dispenser is also installed as a reward for creating a GIF. Our newest gadget MeasureOOH (MOOH) is implemented in this shelter to collect data metrics to measure its impact on the public.
Keep Smiling! Walk in front of this bus shelter display, smile for 3 seconds and you can enjoy a Coke. A camera was used to capture the smile and set the dispenser in motion. Our biggest challenge was to fit a touch video screen, dispenser unit with 100 cans of Coke, refrigeration unit, internal lighting and electronics to run it all into a 46” x 60” x 7” space. Needless to say that every inch of space was used.
895 Hale Ave N St.Paul, MN 55128