Drew Litowitz is a New York based graphic designer, art director, and illustrator. He is currently a Senior Designer at Wolff Olins, runs the independent studio Graphic Support Group, co-hosts the podcast Graphic Support Group, is an adjunct professor at Parsons, and is a co-founder of feeeels. From 2019-2021, he was the lead designer for Pitchfork. He holds an MFA in Graphic Design from the Rhode Island School of Design. His work has been recognized by The Type Directors Club, Weltformat Design Festival, and It’s Nice That. He is currently available for contract or freelance Art Direction, Design Work, Motion Graphics, and Illustration.
Current and past clients include: Pitchfork, DFA Records, Verso Books, The Baffler, MoMA, Rachel Antonoff, Blue Green Works, OCD Chinatown, CUP, Van Alen, The Center for Architecture, and Usonia Wines, to name just a few.