His work has popped up everywhere from graphics and logotypes for Patagonia, Google, and Apple, to the titles sequences of feature films like The Virgin Suicides and Adaptation—and now you can wear Geoff McFetridge's spirited artwork on your face.
Warby Parker's relationship with McFetridge spans back almost to the company's conception. The multidisciplinary artist created murals for the company's first permanent store in Hollywood, and you can also catch a glimpse of his artwork at Warby Parker's Seattle and Venice Beach locations. This summer, McFetridge worked with Warby Parker's design team to create two pairs of sunglasses that showcase his inimitable, laid-back California aesthetic.
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"These sunglasses reflect some of the frames I have owned and worn over the years—specifically, a pair bought in a vintage store in Paris and a pair of USA military issue. The idea for me was to create something super wearable, with subtle details that made it feel extra special. In the end, we designed two frames I’d want to wear every day," says Geoff McFetridge.
To celebrate the collection, Warby Parker will be making a donation to LA-Más, an urban design nonprofit in Los Angeles that helps lower-income and underserved communities shape their future through policy and architecture. As always, for every pair sold, a pair will be distributed to someone in need.