graphic & web design for socially conscious non-profits and social enterprises in New York City

We care about the world we live in.
We want to make a difference.
Our tool is design.

Through world-class design and effective, meaningful messaging, Incitement works to elevate progressive causes, campaigns, and social enterprises, giving them a competitive edge. Incitement also creates in-house creative campaigns designed to educate the public about important political issues.

If you want to make the world a better place, and you need to look really good doing it, Incitement's here for you.

We specialize in: Branding and logos, web design and development, illustration, motion graphics, print design, concept development and visual communications strategy.


Robert Arnow
Director of Creative Instigation

Rob is the founder and creative director of Incitement Design. He launched his career as a freelance illustrator 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.

As his business expanded over the years to encompass type design, graphic design and web development, he increasingly took on socially meaningful work, which culminated in the hiring of other designers in early 2012.

Rob's also been quoted in the New York Times and featured on televison talking about design and typography in political campaigns.

In his spare time, Rob creates paintings, photographs his international travels, designs fonts, creates street art projects and spends time exploring nature.

Anne Zeygerman
Visual Designer

Anne 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.

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