Born in Cardenas, Cuba Diaz’s family migrated to the States in 1982 stopping in Costa Rica and Mexico along the way. His family established themselves in Coral Gables, FL where a young Diaz discovered drawing. At the age of 10 his patch design became the inspiration for the logo of the U.S.S. Miami, a nuclear submarine that had been built recently at the time for the U.S. Navy. He would go on to attend an art magnet high school and then major in Illustration at the Maryland Institute, College of Art in Baltimore. Luis Diaz worked as an illustrator and designer for television, product, print and interactive media for over 15 years. He currently writes and paints in the Midwest (E.E.U.U.).
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Luis Diaz – @killerrabbit