Atom Art is an independent animation studio based in Riga, Latvia. During the last years Atom Art has premiered feature animation film “Jacob, Mimmi and the Talking Dogs” and more than ten award winning short films that travel festivals around the world. This year Atom Art premiered in Berlinale animated short for pre-school age children called “Hush Hush Little Bear” by Māra Liniņa, however, in Oberhausen artistic animation short by Edmunds Jansons “Guard of Honour”. Another feature film, TV series, and several animation shorts are in production and in development.
Besides animated films the studio also collaborates with all different partners to provide videos, designed titles, animated sequences, opening sequences a.o. creative material, for documentaries, feature films, TV shows, etc.
Edmunds Jansons is an award-winning director and the founder of the Atom Art studio. He also works as an animator, graphic artist, editor and creative producer, and enjoys illustrating children’s books in his free time.
Sabīne Andersone is the CEO of the company and the head producer of all major projects at Atom Art. Dealing the financial matters, Sabīne is still one of the most creative people of Atom Art’s team.
Mārtiņš Dūmiņš is the lead animator and animation supervisor at Atom Art. Over the years, he and Edmunds Jansons have developed a unique cut-out animation style that serves as the brand of Atom Art in Latvia and abroad.
Ieva Zeldere is second producer as well as production manager on all the different projects at Atom Art studio. She equally well handles Excel timetables as well as artistic decisions.
Ģirts Bišs is the sound director for most of Atom Art’s films. For some films, he has also composed music and has been quite successful at that, having received many national and international awards for his work.
Reinis Pētersons is an illustrator and artist who works in diverse styles. He has created the design for the studio’s children’s films as well as his own short animation film, Ursus, made in a delicate charcoal drawing technique.
Elīna Brasliņa is a talented artist and book illustrator who is collaborating with Atom Art already on the second feature film. Her unique colorful and rich visual style beautifully attracts children as well as adult audiences.
Zane Oborenko is an artist and animator who creates short films in the challenging sand animation technique, mastering it beautifully. No story is too difficult for her, not even one inspired by the seemingly dull existentialist Franz Kafka.