Associate Professor, Graphic Design
After moving from Philadelphia, Tony spent the majority of his childhood growing up in rural Western Pennsylvania. Bitter gray winters, abandoned steel, mills and poverty stricken towns provided the backdrop for much of his art. Then, after 23 years
of wandering the forests, Tony moved to New York City, where he began his career as a designer.
Tony DiMauro is an assistant professor of graphic design at Indiana University of Pennsylvania. He also works as a freelance illustrator and a website and App designer, and he owns his own digital production company.
Tony’s work appears in professional international juried publications such as Communication Arts,
Communication Arts: Fresh, American Illustration, 3x3 magazine, and the Los Angeles Society of Illustrators. Tony has participated in a number of high-profile national exhibitions, including Combo Attack: The 25th Anniversary of Capcom's Street Fighter Franchise, ISM: The 10th Annual Exhibition of the Grand
Central Art Center in Orange County, California (opening to over 2,400 guests), and 1942: a historically themed private juried exhibition in Irvine, California.
Tony’s clientele includes Rolling Stone Magazine, Playboy Magazine, Chicago
Magazine, Capcom, Square Enix, Deal Magazine LLC, New York Times, and others. He worked as an art director at a design agency in New York City before transitioning to freelance graphic design.
Tony graduated from the MFA: Illustration as Visual Essay program at the School of Visual Arts in New York City and holds a Bachelor of Art in graphic design with a minor in Art History. You’ll find him drawing, painting, pushing Photoshop to its limits,
and writing computer code.