Luca Di Sciullo, born in 1987, always in love with drawing and art, formed his first artistic interests in Urbino, where he attended the "Scuola del Libro" and the two-year specialization in Animation and Illustration “Perfezionamento di Disegno Animato” that would influence his poetics.
In 2009 he moved to Bologna where he attended the Academy of Fine Arts, took part in the "bolognese artistic ferment" with exhibitions, self-production projects and forged his graphic style.
From 2019 he leads Muscoli di Carta, a workshop of traditional illustration and animation workshops currently active in Fano and Pesaro (PU). In 2018 he published his first book La Fioraia for Topipittori. Since 2017, he has created illustration and animation courses for adults and children, also within the school context. In 2017 he worked as a traditional animator on the feature film La strada dei Samouni by director Stefano Savona under the artistic direction of Simone Massi, a film awarded at the Cannes Film Festival 2018. He collaborated as an illustrator for the magazines Lo Straniero and Hamelin.
He is the revelation author for Autori di Immagini in 2013.