Martin Heine was born on January 30th 1966 in Stuttgart, Germany. From an early age, he started painting pictures, taking photos and later handling technical projects. When he grew up he received an electronic circuit design associate degree at Stuttgart University and later on he studied electrical engineering at Reutlingen University. To finance college, he worked as a lighting engineer in laser and firework shows for exhibitions. The German TV-Station Tele5 rated him as one of the top ten Lasershow artists in Europe. After he graduated college, Martin moved to the United States to become an engineer and designed work for an antenna manufacturer in Dayton Ohio, for which he received several design patents. After his Mother passed away from cancer in 1996, he returned to Germany to work for ZDF (Zweites Deutsches Fernsehen, a major German TV broadcast company). Later on he went back to Reutlingen University to get a Masters Degree in Computer Based Engineering. In 2004, Martin Heine moved back to the U.S. His passion for Art and Design, combined with his engineering expertise built the perfect basis to create and innovate way beyond art and design. On top of media productions, Martin Heine designed seats for auto-mobiles, Center-Consoles. Cup-holder, Navigation Interfaces including antennas (like the well known BMW Shark Fin) and did countless other successful design work for Porsche, Mercedes Benz, Honda, Chrysler, Kodak, 1-lirschmann, Laird Technologies, Trane/American-Standards, Audiovox, and others. His invention ‘Floranium’, a unique device which senses signals from green plants and turns them into a colourful play of light, gained worldwide attention. Another project he was part of which involved the development of a textile science center, won the OTTO VON GUERIQUE German science award. But most people know Martin Heine because of his unique Oil and Acrylic paintings . With exhibitions in the Unites States, Dubai, Germany Austria and Italy, he gained tremendous popularity within the last few years. His unique and recognizable style is comparable to organic architecture, slightly abstract but with surrealistic compositions of flowing fire, exotic plants, jelly fish and calamari-like fantasy creatures. His paintings seem to come from another world. Heine’s most intense paintings give a deep view into a fascinating world of fantastic creatures in turbulent fluids, interacting with each other in the flow of total dynamics. Dreams are created and emotions are set free, in a world of modem art which has not been seen ever before.