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.
Music, design, paint, and printed matter are the tools Kimbrell uses to create work for a wide range of commercial design and fine art clients. He has been extremely fortunate to realize a childhood dream of designing album packaging for many of his favorite artists and record labels, have his work exhibited in galleries the world over, and have an insatiable appetite for great visual design.
In addition to his artistic duties, Kimbrell serves as the Executive Director for the non-profit, Texas Jukebox Project, with the mission of archiving, preserving, and promoting Texas artists and music on phonograph records through design-centric solutions. Learn more about the TJP here.
In his spare time, Kimbrell enjoys letterpress printing on his 1920s Chandler & Price platen press, tiki culture, and playing DJ to his vast vinyl record collection.
Photo: Danny Bollinger