2016 Signed & Numbered ACL Festival Artist Poster
Following our longstanding tradition of working with Austin’s finest artists, we tapped local art hero Jules Buck Jones to create the 2016 official ACL Festival poster. And this foxy design is one cute little heartbreaker. Rendered in an expressive, painterly style, the design features a winsome woodland creature stepping out of a tangled wilderness, ready to adorn your walls. We’re offering it in two different print editions for both the serious and more casual collector. As always, once they are sold out they will not be reissued.
• Commemorative Edition $30 — Offset-printed with four-color process ink on heavyweight, uncoated paper. Includes complete band lineup. 18” x 24”
• Signed & Numbered Edition $175 — Screen-printed on heavyweight, 100% cotton rag fine art paper. The fox is printed with glow-in-the-dark ink. Includes complete band lineup. Printed in a numbered edition of 300 that is also signed by the artist. 24”x 36”
• All posters will begin shipping in September. You will receive a follow-up email with more shipping details when the poster ships.
ABOUT THE ARTIST
Jules Buck Jones is a practicing artist living and working in Austin, TX. His work fuses interests in the natural sciences, the human psyche, and mythology. Jules grew up in Virginia, earning his BFA from Virginia Commonwealth University in Richmond, VA, in 2005 and receiving his MFA from the University of Texas at Austin in 2008. Jules shows extensively throughout Texas with solo shows in Dallas, Austin and Houston. Jules is a member of the collaborative installation group Boozefox and is president of the non-profit project space MASS Gallery. He has attended residencies in Everglades National Park, Vermont, Studio Center, and Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture. He has participated in the 2009 and 2013 Texas Biennial and was highlighted at the Houston Contemporary Art Fair in 2012. He has exhibited at the Blanton Museum of Art, The Contemporary Austin, and the Museum of Southeast Texas. With a grant from the City of Austin, Jules recently completed a large performance project highlighting the biodiversity of Texas, called Animal Facts Club.