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Jonathon Kimbrell is an award-winning visual communicator, fine artist, printmaker, and wielder of the creative process as a design solution tool within a wide array of applications. He holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree from McMurry University in Studio Art and a Master of Fine Arts degree from Texas A&M University-Commerce in Visual Communication.

Kimbrell's greatest focus during his 20+ year career has been designing album packaging, music merchandise, and promotional goods for mainstream and independent artists. As a record collector himself, he understands the importance of great album packaging telling a story and is thrilled to see 'the younger kids' collecting and sharing vinyl, too.

Through his passion for music and preservation, Kimbrell is the founder and executive director for the Texas Jukebox Project, a 501(c)(3) non-profit dedicated to saving Texas music one record at a time through building the world's largest accessible online library. Learn more about the TJP here.

Please feel free to reach out to discuss your next album project.

Photo: Danny Bollinger

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