About Anthony DiVivo
About Anthony DiVivo: Anthony hails from Northern New Jersey and studied design at the School of Visual Arts in New York, where he earned an MFA in 2001. He has worked as a designer in New York, San Francisco and Miami.
Anthony has a variety of design experience including advertising, apparel, brand and identity, corporate communications, custom typography, environmental, exhibition catalogs, interactive, packaging, posters, publication design, and motion graphics. His work has been recognized by both national and international organizations and publications.
As an active member of the design community, Anthony most recently designed the AIGA San Francisco Gala Invitation. He sat on the board as design history chair of AIGA-Miami and participated as a featured speaker in AIGA-Miami roundtable talks. Nationally, he has contributed to the AIGA Journal and also produced the post-conference website for, Looking Closer: AIGA Conference on Design History and Criticism, he also contributed to the fourth edition of A History of Graphic Design by Philip B. Meggs and Alston W. Purvis, as an invited board member.
Located: Minutes outside of New York City.