Anthony Inciong is Associate Professor and Program Coordinator of the BFA Visual Communication Design program at Montclair State University.
Professor Inciong holds an MGD in Graphic Design from North Carolina State University, College of Design and a BFA in Graphic Design from Mason Gross School of the Arts (by way of Rutgers University-Newark).
Inciong has worked full-time in multidisciplinary graphic design studios and corporate design offices in New York City. His portfolio consists of editorial, packaging, and information design. Prior to graduate school, Inciong was a full-time Graphic Artist for the Late Show with David Letterman where he designed titles, book jackets, charts, graphs, posters, newspapers, and greeting cards which were aired on the show. While at the Late Show, he was awarded two Academy of Television Arts & Sciences Primetime Emmy Awards for Graphic Arts.
Inciong’s writings on graphic design and typography have been published by AIGA, Emigre, Association Typographique Internationale, and Open Manifesto. He has also presented domestically and internationally on education, foundations, pedagogy, and typography.
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