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Cade Martin: Day of the Dead

November 6th, 2014

by Liz Ream  Cade Martin has been visiting Mexico since he was a little boy, and even got married there. He recently returned to photograph a holiday that he’s been intrigued with since his first trip to Mexico: Day of the Dead (Dia De Los Muertos). On Day of the Dead, participants dress up to revel in their ancestors’ past glory and how they lived their …

Weekend Links 2/22/14

February 22nd, 2014

Average cover models. Faces of Figure Skating. A bulldog gets it’s legs.   Beautiful playgrounds. Oldies but goodies. Latte art. If it fits, I sits. Move. Photographers Update: Cade Martin featured by Communication Arts. New work from Jens Kristian Balle for Financial Times. Bob Croslin new work for Fortune. Drew Anthony Smith listed in Magnum’s 30 under 30.

A Flooring Fairytale

February 20th, 2014

by Liz Ream Cade Martin has the refreshing ability to take something ordinary and make it extraordinary in quite a magical way. So, it’s no surprise that Shaw Flooring recently approached Cade when looking to refresh it’s brand image and move away from the interior shots of it’s traditional campaigns. Shaw was drawn to the style that Cade demonstrates through his award-winning Starbucks campaign, and …

Cinematic Photography: Private Eyes

January 23rd, 2014

by Liz Ream Cade Martin describes his photographic style as “cinematic,” which certainly falls in line with his most recent editorial fashion project “Private Eyes” for Genlux. Cade had been in touch with Genlux creative director Stephen Kamifuji for the past year and finally decided to harness his love for old film noirs through this shoot. The project was photographed in Harlem over one day …

Cade Martin / Old Town Alexandria

November 26th, 2013

Cade Martin / Smithsonian Magazine

November 12th, 2013

Weekend Links 9/21/13

September 21st, 2013

Invisible architecture. Underwater resort. Poo-Pourri commercial. Creative hygiene ads. The McEverything. The happiness generator. Beer showers. Informative maps of the world. Ford gets creative. Photographers Update: Mark Meyer featured on Feature Shoot. Rebecca Drobis included in ASMP’s Best of 2013. Cade Martin shoots for Smithsonian Magazine.

Sunday Spotlight 4/14/13

April 14th, 2013

   

The Transcendental Tale of Tazo Tea

January 28th, 2013

by Maria Luci Photographer Cade Martin is best known for his dreamlike and fanciful photo stories. Last Spring, Cade learned that Starbucks was interested in his unique photographic style and possibly considering him for an assignment. Intrigued, and as luck would have it already in Seattle for a project, Cade met with the coffee-loving creatives in person. Their meeting went so well that he extended …

2012 PDN Photo Annual

May 17th, 2012

Well, it’s that time of year again… the PDN Photo Annual finally made its way to my desk; and after careful inspection of each photograph (all stunning by the way), I’m very pleased to announce that fifteen—yes, fifteen!—Wonderful Machine members’ images were selected. To top it off, our DC-based photographer Cade Martin was not only a winner but was also chosen to have one of …

ONEderful

May 14th, 2012

In my opinion, Cade Martin and Design Army should team up more often. Every time they get together, they create something uniquely wonderful; usually imagery that’s both whimsical and romantic, like their memorable campaigns for Neenah Paper and The Washington Ballet. Their most recent project was no different—a fanciful collaboration for The One Club. Each year The One Club—an organization that “seeks to celebrate the …

Sunday Spotlight: 04/08/12

April 8th, 2012

Sunday Spotlight: 11/06/11

November 6th, 2011

Weekend Links 10/21/11

October 21st, 2011

No big deal, the detectives on crime shows have been deblurring images for years. Photos prove you are what you listen to. Teenage mutant ninja noses. Siri vs. a real human assistant. And the best selling Getty image from Flickr is… Face swap! Thanks for staying sane Nordstrom. Now back to the actual upcoming holiday. Photographers Update: Congrats to Robert Gallagher and Cade Martin, two …

Web Ads: Communication Arts

August 30th, 2011

By Peter Clark For the month of August we featured web ads on another great publication’s website, Communications Arts. Here’s a brief description of the magazine, if you aren’t aware of them: Communication Arts is the premiere source for reaching designers, art directors, design firms, corporate design departments, advertising agencies, interactive designers, illustrators, and photographers—everyone involved in visual communication. You can view each of the ads …

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