INSIGHTS 2001 DESIGN LECTURE SERIES
GEOFF MCFETRIDGE, CHAMPION GRAPHICS, LOS ANGELES
MARCH 20, 2001,
SINGLE-LECTURE TICKETS: $20 ($10 WALKER AND AIGA MEMBERS, STUDENTS)
SERIES TICKETS: $80 ($40 WALKER AND AIGA MEMBERS, STUDENTS)
Geoff McFetridge operates Champion Graphics out of his studio in Los Angeles'
Atwater Village and produces a range of printed matter, motion graphics,
and independent projects. He was art director for issues 3 and 4 of the
Beastie Boys' Grand Royal magazine. He designs for various enterprises,
such as Burton, Mini/X-Large, Milk Fed, and Stüssy. McFetridge created
an opening sequence for Spike Jonze's Girl/Chocolate, the opening
credits for the television show Freaks and Geeks, animated illustrations
for MTV, and film titles for The Virgin Suicides and Zero Effect.
A graduate of the graphic design program at California Institute of the
Arts, he designed the school's 1999-2000 catalogue with Michael Worthington.
His artwork has been shown at George's Gallery in Los Angeles, Houston
Gallery in Seattle, and Colette, Paris. In 2000, McFetridge was named
one of I.D. Magazine's "Forty Designers Under Thirty."