Atomic Aesthetics are a group of young graduates working across the nuclear sector. They are on a mission to challenge public perceptions of nuclear, combining science and art, and raising money for a fantastic charity at the same time.

Over the years many brilliant businesses have emerged from the Nuclear Graduate programme’s Small-Medium Enterprise (SME) challenge. Every year, the graduates pitch their ideas to acquire funding to develop and launch their businesses. The SME challenge provides graduates with a unique insight into running their own business as well as generating profits which are donated to a charity of the graduate’s choice.

This year, the NIA are supporting an SME that is proving to be a big hit with nuclear professionals far and wide. Atomic Aesthetics Ltd. have designed a collection of nuclear-themed prints which are popping up in offices and homes across the country and even internationally. The collection features three original prints which blend aesthetic designs with key nuclear principles: Fission, Fusion, and Radioactivity.

A quick google image search of ‘nuclear posters’ highlights the problem Atomic Aesthetics are trying to address: the negative and misleading imagery that surrounds nuclear energy. The vision is to create a world where the perception of nuclear is more positive, attracting future talent to help facilitate a net zero future. Atomic Aesthetics exhibited their work most recently at the Nuclear Industry Association’s Nuclear Week in Parliament where they were able to showcase their prints to MPs and industry colleagues alike.

The business has partnered with the Batten Disease Family Association, a charity that aims to support families, raise awareness, and conduct research into the group of neurodegenerative diseases commonly known as Batten Disease. All profits from Atomic Aesthetics are donated to the BDFA to support them as they continue their fantastic work.

If you want to find out more about Atomic Aesthetics or check out their designs, you can visit their website or check out their social media channels.