If you want to make the world a better place, and you need to look really good doing it, you've come to the right place.

Through compelling design and persuasive communication, Incitement works to elevate progressive campaigns, non-profits and social enterprises. We screen our clients to ensure that they align with our values – only working for those that we believe are helping to build a better world.

Incitement also creates in-house creative campaigns designed to educate the public about important political issues.

We specialize in:

  • Logo design & branding
  • Web design & development
  • Illustration
  • Print design
  • Motion graphics
  • Concept development
  • Narrative and storytelling

Clients and campaigns:

  • NY State Democratic Party
  • Planned Parenthood
  • Jazz Foundation of America
  • Emerging Practitioners in Philanthropy
  • First Access Market
  • Seeds of Africa
  • New Economy Project
  • SCN Strategies
  • Red Horse Strategies
  • Kaufman Campaigns
  • Berger Hirschberg Strategies
  • Climate Advisors

Meet the Incitement team

Creative Director

Rob Arnow is the founder and creative director of Incitement. Multi-talented, he leads the creative operation, codes the web sites, and has a deep knowledge of political and social change strategy.

He launched his career as a freelance illustrator and designer, doing work for companies including Apple, the Washington Post, IBM and many others. Meanwhile, political activism has always been a central component of his life, and reached its apex when he ran a successful legislative campaign to bring public campaign financing to the San Francisco mayoral race.

For the past several years, his passions have been merged with Incitement. In that time, Rob's been quoted in the New York Times talking about design and typography in political campaigns.

In his spare time, Rob creates paintings, photographs his international travels, and spends time exploring nature.

Visual Designer

Anne Zeygerman was born and raised in the Philippines, a month before the Marcos dictatorship was overthrown by the Edsa People Power Revolution. Growing up in the aftermath of that historic struggle, Anne was raised with a keen awareness of the crucial role democratic institutions play in our lives. She moved to New York City in October of 2011 where she received a full scholarship from the The School of Visual Arts. She's a 2017 TDC Communication Design Winner and a 2018 Graphis New Talent Winner.

In her spare time, Anne creates videos, photography, and organizes intimate dinner parties. Check out Anne's personal work or follow her on Instagram.