HarryDiaz

Printmaker and Illustrator

California, United States · 527 Sales

HarryDiaz

Printmaker and Illustrator

California, United States 527 Sales On Etsy since 2009

5 out of 5 stars
(127)
Harry Diaz

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Harry Diaz

Ghostwaves - Woodcuts Vol. 001 Risograph book
US$10.00
Ghostwaves - Drawings Vol. 002 Risograph book
US$10.00
Untitled WC 05 - Risograph Print
US$15.00
Sun Clouds - Letterpress Print
US$15.00
Mediterranean - Screen Print
US$25.00
Star Eyes - Risograph Zine
US$5.00
Deep Sea - Screen print
US$20.00
Untitled, 34 - Risograph Print
US$15.00
Waves - Riso Print
US$15.00
Landscape (3) - Risograph Print
US$15.00
Death Before Decaf - Risograph Print
US$15.00
Relic - Zine - Risograph
US$5.00
Paradise - Risograph Print
US$15.00
Sun Afloat - Risograph Print
US$15.00
Two Elephants - Risograph Print
US$15.00
Four Palm Trees - Riso Print
US$15.00
Portraits of Strangers - Risograph Zine
US$5.00
Woodcut - #5
US$15.00
Monoghost - Zine
US$5.00
Fix - Screen Print
US$25.00
Life Is Better Outside - Letterpress Print
US$15.00
Peak - Risograph Print
US$15.00
Palms - Letterpress Print
US$15.00
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Harry Diaz is a Guatemalan born artist. He lives and works in Los Angeles, CA. His practice involves elements of printmaking, drawing, and digital media. His current body of work explores repeated visual elements, including minimal geometry, patterns, graphic icons, which appear throughout the body of work as a whole. He sees his imagery as a visual language, which can be interpreted differently by each person who views it. Though there is no literal translation to his imagery, the viewer can form his or her own narrative through the patterns and elements that they are familiar with. Another major influence in his work are Maya weavings, which he remembers from his childhood. Latin America has a rich tradition in printmaking, and he views his work as adding to that tradition.

About my Risograph Prints:
Risography is a way of printing somewhere between the mass production of Lithography and the individuality of Screen Printing. The machine uses stencils to print an individual layer of colour – these can be built up to create multi-coloured images. This process is incredibly environmentally friendly, using only soy based inks.

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Last updated on December 29, 2015
Welcome to my shop. I'm a printmaker by heart and Graphic Designer and Illustrator by trade. Convo me with any questions or if you are interested in licensing my work for your brand.

Accepted payment methods

  • Accepts Etsy gift cards
Shipping
All prints are shipped in stay flat mailer and protected with print protector bag for long-term storage and good protection for shipping. The prints ship within 1-2 weeks of order date, however, I try to ship orders out on Wednesdays and Saturdays. If your purchase is time sensitive feel free to message me.

**For international shippings please allow about 3-4 weeks.** It is not uncommon for packages to arrive several months after purchase. i.e. a Brazilian package took 3 months to arrive.

US orders ship via USPS First Class with delivery confirmation. International orders are shipped via USPS First Class International. The items will be sent to the shipping address on your Paypal account, please be sure that your current shipping address is updated before you buy.

Shipping fees are not refundable under any circumstance. I will not ship to University/College mailing address.

Other shipping methods are available upon request, however, should you select uninsured shipping I will not be held responsible for loss or damage of your purchase.
Refunds and Exchanges
Returns will be accepted only if item is damaged and the return is sent within three days of the delivery confirmation date. Once damaged merchandise is received back at buyers expense the other replacement item will ship within 48 hours.

I am not responsible for stolen or lost shipments.