Joe Esquibel successfully created entertainment graphics for more than 17 years before he decided to return to his first love - painting. His success can be attributed to the fact that his art style is unique. He produces art that is appealing to the viewers. His graphic designs are basically for licensing. These designs have been used by just about every movie studio in Hollywood: New Line Cinema, MGM, Warner Brothers, Dreamworks, Universal, and Paramount. Esquibel has also provided visuals for Hershey's, Skechers, Rhino Records, Fox, Marvel Comics, and Sony, to name a few. He has a network of admires that have made his art to be very popular, not only in the United States but globally. His debut in the film industry arose from the opportunity he was given to create an art character for animated 2004 holiday film starring Meryl Streep and Jim Carrey. The artist is loved by many for his creativity.
He knows how to use the elements of art to produce pieces that are well balanced in composition. His use of composition, texture and color stem from a vast appreciation of both natural and man-made beauty and a rich inheritance of cultural aesthetics. Esquibel is sought out for his hand-rendered, unique, style. He has stayed true to his art and innovative concepts. The artist hails from Utah, but spent many years in New York City where he gained new inspiration for his characteristic style and an even greater education in the business of art. His art is in many galleries around the world.