Atlanta Special FX is a full service production and special effects manufacturer and rental company. They specialize in out of the box atmospheric special effects including: indoor/outdoor snow effects, co2 cryogenic fog, smoke effects, manmade custom shaped clouds (Cloudvertise®), rain effects, and more. Atlanta Special FX pioneered the amazing visual effect of Cloudvertising and has been branding company logos in the sky for companies like Disney, NASCAR, MLB, WNBA, NFL, NCAA and too many more to mention.
Atlanta Special Effects blasted on the scene in 2008 and popularized CO2 cryogenic fog effects and pioneered some of the advanced technology you see today with multiple nozzle jets and laser mounted effects. Atlanta Special FX are in the process of animatronic type movements for their CO2 cryo jets. They are now expanding into 6 new states and replicating the business model.
The home office is in Atlanta, Georgia. New locations are now open in Nashville, Dallas, St Louis and Denver. Locations opening soon in Little Rock, and Minneapolis.
Over the past few years the success of Atlanta Special FX has led to the request of more local offices that offer the same great customer service and product knowledge that they pride themelves on. They have also been ever evolving and now have multiple patents pending, trademarks and the natural order of things is to recreate themselves and make the companies more convenient to their customers. Their new expansion will save customers thousands of dollars on shipping and also provide experienced onsite technicians to assist with their events. Many customers have travelling productions and this expansion is meant to save them money on many different levels. Atlanta Special FX now has strategic partnerships with many TV and Movie production companies as well and their atmospheric effects are vital to the realism of the filming locations.
New and recent product launches include: Triple Nozzle CO2 cryo jet, UV Neon Paint Cannon, Avalanche Snow Machine, Quadruple Nozzle CO2 Cryo Gun
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