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Geoff McFetridge was born in Canada, he was schooled at the Alberta College of Art and the California Institute of the Arts. He is part of the Beautiful Losers Exhibition, and makes solo exhibitions from Los Angeles, Berlin, Paris, London, the Netherlands and Japan. Instinctively ignoring creative boundaries McFetridge is a truely multidisciplinary artist, 'an all round visual auteur'. From poetry to animation, from graphics to 3D work, from textile and wallpaper to paintings, McFetridge has complete control over these widely divergent disciplines.
Based in Los Angeles, California. He creates work for clients within the traditional world of graphic design as well as on projects that test those boundaries of his job description. This unbounded approach to doing art and design is a definitive aspect of his work.
After graduating from the MFA Design program at the California Institute of the Arts he became art director for Grand Royal Magazine from 1995-1997. Although at first glance he appears only to have himself as a client, he has a stellar list of clients; Patagonia, Stussy, Burton Snowboards, Marc Jacobs, Lignet Roset, Milk Fed, Girl Skateboards, Hermes, and Greenpeace. He’s designed a shoe and watch for Nike. Over the years he has produced; toys, skateboards, sandbags, wallpaper, fabrics, couches, bikes, books, stickers, sweaters, sunglasses, films, songs and poems. His “mini-poster packs” are part of SFMOMA’s permanent collection. He has had solo shows at Colette in Paris, Parco Gallery in Tokyo, Spiritroom Berlin, Kemistry Gallery London and George’s and New Image Art in Los Angeles. His work is currently part of the touring museum show “Beautiful Losers” which is touring internationally. His titling work includes Spike Jonzes film “Adaptation” and the doodle-ridden sequence for Sofia Coppola’s The Virgin Suicides. His music videos and commercials for clients like Hewlett-Packard, Pepsi, Napster and the ESPN Winter X-Games have garnered awards and attention at numerous festivals. McFetridge was featured in the Smithsonian’s Cooper-Hewitt Design triennial and the California Design Biennial in 2003.
He did the hand lettering for the whole movie.
Art in the streets, Skateboard sculpture project
in the studio
AWESOME WORK GEOFF!