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Martin Blais

BioPic_MartinBlais.jpgMartin Blais is originally from the Gaspé region of Québec in Canada, an area that has cultivated many of Québec’s musicians and artists. A kite maker for over 15 years, Martin focuses on new ways to harness the wind to paint the sky – whether through banners, soft kites, or large windsocks. Blais literally stumbled into the art of kite making while walking in the park. He noticed a man making kites and struck up a conversation that peaked Blais' interest. Martin, who studied civil engineering in college, learned to sew, began making kites and discovered he had a knack for it. Blais realized he could earn a living selling kites, so the hobby became his livelihood. In addition to working with New Tech, Martin has a thriving custom banner business – www.bellwetherbanners.com/.

  • Air Guitar
    By Martin Blais

  • American Banner with Pennant
    Crafted with heavy duty fade resistance polyester, these nine foot commercial grade banners command attention. Each features a unique streaming pennant that provides a dynamic visual. Each includes a 10' Telescopic...

  • Checkered Banner with Pennant
    Crafted with heavy duty fade resistance polyester, these nine foot commercial grade banners command attention. Each features a unique streaming pennant that provides a dynamic visual. Each includes a 10' Telescopic...

  • Martin's Legs (Blue)
    By Martin Lester

  • Martin's Legs (Red)
    By Martin Lester

  • Sky Hook Airfoil 30' Patriot
    A unique parafoil design by Martin Blais.  Rear venting provides an airfoil so stable that the Sky Hook doesn't need a tail.  30 or 60 square feet of lifting surface provides a great platform for launching...

  • Sky Hook Airfoil 30' Spectrum
    A unique parafoil design by Martin Blais.  Rear venting provides an airfoil so stable that the Sky Hook doesn't need a tail.  30 or 60 square feet of lifting surface provides a great platform for launching...

  • Sky Hook Airfoil 60' Spectrum
    A unique parafoil design by Martin Blais.  Rear venting provides an airfoil so stable that the Sky Hook doesn't need a tail.  30 or 60 square feet of lifting surface provides a great platform for launching...