Geoff McFetridge is an L.A.-based graphic designer and visual artist. As the founder of Champion Graphics, he has created designs for advertising, magazines, posters, T-shirts, textiles, motion graphics, and film production. Notable clients include Nike, Patagonia, Gap red, Vans, and Hewlett-Packard, and he recently created the titles for the film Where the Wild Things Are. His work has been exhibited widely, including in recent group shows at MOCA, Los Angeles; Triennale Design Museum of Milan, Italy; and Pasadena Museum of California Art.
In conjunction with Graphic Design: Now in Production.
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