Behind the Styles
Martin's artistic journey traces back to the analog world of graphic art in the 1970s,
where he embarked on a path that would later bridge the realms of traditional and digital creativity.
Throughout his career spanning more than five decades, Martin has produced artwork and graphics
for a wide array of clients, including prestigious institutions like The Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts,
leading television networks such as NBC, ABC, and CBS, Paramount Television, VH-1, prominent national magazines, renowned music labels, and major book publishers, including the notable "Big Five".
Two of Martin's Bauhaus posters have found their place in the A24 Film movie, "Dream Scenario," starring Nicholas Cage.
In 2011, he launched his YouTube channel, Blue Lightning TV Photoshop, which has earned over 1 million subscribers.
Martin remains dedicated to creating original designs and compositions drawing inspiration from the diverse tapestry
of 20th-century art genres. Many of his creations have been transformed into merchandise, reaching consumers through partnerships with well-known brands such as Urban Outfitters, Gustave Paris, Redbubble, Society6, Mixtiles, and Bonfire.
Martin has been honored with multiple New York Emmy Awards for his television work
and numerous national awards for his contributions to print.