After studying commercial art growing up and working as a graphic artist for 10 years I found that my true voice has always been in me and not with the clients or art directors. I always felt my messages were perturbed and felt this anxiety to want to express my real intentions unhindered by others. It has been a difficult journey that came with many exhausting and disheartening moments, but with any struggle lies knowledge and you find what really is important. What you are left with is your ability to create and the undefinable ghost that drives the artist.
Luis Diaz has worked as an illustrator and graphic designer for TV, web, print and video games. Some include IDW Publishing, Devil’s Due, The Topps Company, Univision Network, FanTapper, Bang Productions,Miami New Times, New York City's The Village Voice, Education Weekly and the World Wrestling Entertainment. His work has been seen in Corel Painter Magazine, Ballistic's Exposé and Spectrum Fantastic Art Annuals.
Diaz also created over 40 paintings for the new Garbage Pail Kids and Wacky Packages. He was named one of 'Six Artist You Need To Know' by CITY LINK Magazine in 2008 and recently named 'Artist of the Month' by ImagineFX Magazine (Issue 56). Diaz is a graduate from The Maryland Institute, College of Art. He has a studio at the Bakehouse Art Complex in Miami.