My name is Drew Litowitz. I am a graphic designer exploring the intersection of music, media, publishing, commerce, and art. I am currently a Designer at Pitchfork. I am an Adjunct Professor of Communication Design at Parsons, teaching Motion Concepts. I run my own studio, Graphic Support Group. I am one-fourth of feeeels. I hold an MFA from the Rhode Island School of Design. I truly love collaborating with people who make me laugh and smile.
My work has been exhibited by Project No. 8 and RISD's Gelman Gallery, published by Draw Down Books, and written about by The Walker Art Center. I am also the recipient of a certificate of typographic excellence by the Type Directors Club. I have worked with L+L and Small Stuff in NYC and with Washington, DC design studios The General Design Co. and ripe, in addition to the historic Smithsonian Folkways record label. Before that, I was producing interactive exhibition graphics and films for Gallagher & Associates.
I have designed and collaborated on work for: the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), Verso Books, Van Alen Institue, Rachel Antonoff, Vogue, the AIA Center for Architecture, the Center for Urban Pedagogy (CUP), Smithsonian Folkways Records, The Rhode Island School of Design Illustration Department, Ahavah Consulting, DGS Delicatessen, Dolcezza Gelato, Children's National Hospital, WiC, The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum, and The Woody Guthrie Center. I have also collaborated with NY-based design studio Small Stuff on numerous beer labels for the Brooklyn Brewery, Other Half.
From 2007 – 2014, I was Assistant Art Director and Senior Staff Writer at the Chicago-based music publication, Consequence of Sound, and a Contributing Writer at Washington Post Express throughout 2015.