Greg D’Onofrio is a designer, writer, educator, and co-founder of Display, Graphic Design Collection. Greg has curated, lectured, and authored essays on postwar, modern graphic design history including: Morton and Millie Goldsholl, Pirelli Publicity 1955-67, The American Revolution Bicentennial Symbol, The Graphic Vocabulary of Modern Kinetic Typography, Franco Grignani: Graphic and Typographic Freedom, Elaine Lustig Cohen, Bruno Munari in America 1949–60, Ladislav Sutnar: Pioneer of Information Design, The U.S. Department of Labor’s Graphic Standards Manual and Lester Beall’s Connecticut General Identity Program. Greg teaches the History of Graphic Design at the School of Visual Arts and Cooper Union in New York City. He is co-author of The Moderns: Midcentury American Graphic Design and Italian Types: Graphic Designers from Italy in America. Greg holds a Bachelor of Arts in Communications from the University of Connecticut.