A self-taught screen-print artist and graphic designer, Austin native Jaime Cervantes’ first drawing ever was Captain Kirk and Mister Spock staring off the bridge of the U.S.S. Enterprise – which even then showed early traces of genius. More recently, Jaime’s work has been featured at Ballroom Marfa, the United States Art Authority, and the Austin History Museum, among other spaces. Cervantes’ gig-posters have been included in the book The Art of Modern Rock (Chronicle Books) and showcased in Great Britain’s Subscreen Sonic poster art exhibition, as well as at Flatstock and Bumbershoot. Cervantes has designed for Texas clients such as Tito’s Vodka, Ballroom Marfa, KROC Austin, and The Belmont Lounge, as well as national clients such as Lost Highway Records, Le Sportsac, and AT&T. Cervantes’ gig posters have spanned musical talent from Dwight Yoakum to the Clientele, from Interpol to the Shins, and countless others. When not busy designing, scribbling, or artfully pumping out more paper product, Cervantes can be found collecting rare hillbilly or independent music on vinyl, or else rocking the drums in one of several local musical outfits.