Laurent Fétis is a graphic designer. Born in 1970 in Orsay, France he studied at the College of Architecture in Versailles and the National College of Decorative Arts in Paris. In 1999 he set up his own studio where his work enters a number of fields including music, art and design. He has collaborated with M, Tahiti 80, Mellow, Hideki Kaji and the labels: Emperor, Norton, Minty Fresh, Escalator, Trattoria, Emi, Virgin, Universal, East West. His work has been seen in Les Inrockuptibles, Jalouse, The Face, Studio Voice, and Escape. He collaborated on Roman Coppola's first full-length film, CQ. He is represented by Kreo Gallery in Paris, and his work has been presented at the Pompidou Centre, Paris, the Transmission Gallery, Glasgow, and has been the subject of several publications. Laurent Fétis teaches visual communication at the National College of Art and Design in Reims.