"Geoff McFetridge, a West Coast-based graphic designer and artist, is a rising talent. The title sequences and posters for "Virgin Suicides," a Sofia Coppola movie, were done by McFetridge. McFetridge designs t-shirts for Milk Fed, x-girl, Stussy and Xlarge. Though this work has already established his reputation as a designer, his activities range even further afield. In 1997 and 1998, he held shows at George's in Los Angeles. In this unique show, all the walls were covered with colorful silk screen papers. On top of the silk screens were simple posters, hanging as if they were clothes on the wall. As the posters sold, the wall underneath was gradually revealed. The posters exhibited in the show were added to the permanent collection of the San Francisco Modern Museum's design department; evidence of the high quality of his design work. In the spring of 2000, he held an exhibition at the Houston in Seattle, and in the summer of 2000, he had an exhibition at the Colette in Paris. At those exhibitions posters, wall papers, and textile prints were both displayed and sold. His textile prints -- often thought of as 21st Century versions of Joseph Frank's work -- deserve special recognition. Their sensibility is derived from the street and their style and beauty seems to come from a northern European aesthetic. In addition to working on "Virgin Suicides," he was also involved in the creation of an MTV special video for director Spike Jonze. He's also created animated advertisements."
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