Tony DiSpigna

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Antonio Tony DiSpigna
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Forio d'Ischia, Italy
Alma mater
  • Pratt Institute
  • School of Visual Arts
OccupationGraphic designer

Antonio Tony DiSpigna (born 1943 Forio d'Ischia, Italy) is an American type and graphic designer. After graduating from Pratt Institute in 1966, DiSpigna worked alongside Herb Lubalin and Tom Carnasse, and has worked independently from his studio since 1973. DiSpigna is known for his contribution to the design of several typefaces, most famously ITC Serif Gothic[1] and ITC Lubalin Graph but also many others.[2] DiSpigna is also known for his hand-drafted Spencerian Lettering, a collection of which he published in his book Love Letters.[3] His career and design work are the subject of the Emmy-winning documentary film Imported from Brooklyn.[4][5] DiSpigna has taught at The School of Visual Arts and continues to teach at New York Institute of Technology and Pratt Institute.[6]


  1. "Font Family Page".
  2. "Home".
  3. Shapiro, Ellen (May 1, 2018). "A Love Letter for You from Tony DiSpigna". PRINT.
  4. ""Imported from Brooklyn," the Emmy-winner Doc Featuring Tony DiSpigna". May 5, 2020.
  6. "Antonio Di Spigna – Distinguished Teachers @ Pratt Institute".

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