Geoff McFetridge (L.A.)



Social Impact Design:
the “Minnesota Eats” Exhibit

AIGA Minnesota’s Design for Good and The Common Table, a network of people from the Minnesota food and design communities, collaborated to create an interactive exhibit titled “The Common Table: Minnesota Eats” at the 2015 Minnesota State Fair.


March 5th, 7:00pm
until 9:00pm

Walker Cinema

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L.A.-based designer Geoff McFetridge (Champion Studio) is a leading figure in the contemporary realm of graphic culture, moving fluidly between the realms of art and design and the printed page and the moving image.

Featured in the film and exhibition, Beautiful Losers, McFetridge’s clever and engaging art has graced nearly every kind of surface imaginable—from limited-edition Nike sneakers and his own line of silkscreened wallpapers to laser-etched illustrations on toast for a music video by OK GO.

His work has been shown around the world in cities such as London, Paris, Tokyo, Berlin, New York, Los Angeles, and Amsterdam. McFetridge was featured in the Walker exhibition Graphic Design: Now in Production and his Insights lecture will also be celebrating a site-specific mural he is currently creating to be installed outside the Walker in February, 2013.

After-Lecture Reception

Directly following each lecture, meet the designer and chat with fellow design lovers at the Garden Café in the lobby.

Single Tickets Walker & AIGA members $18 / nonmembers $24 / students $10
Series Tickets Walker & AIGA members $60 / nonmembers $85 / students $40

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About Insights Lecture Series

Co-presented by the Walker Art Center and AIGA Minnesota, 2013 marks the 27th anniversary of the Insights Lecture Series bringing the world’s leading graphic designers to the Twin Cities to share their work, process, and experience. Past lectures are all archived at

The 2013 series features an international cast of speakers:

Highlights of past lectures are posted on the Insights Lecture Series page.

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