Thank you for your interest in Android Jones’ art!

This is the place to connect with us. For most inquiries, you can use the contact form on this page. For other, specific inquiries listed below, you may contact us via the provided emails address.



For customer service or support with any order from the online store please contact carly@androidjones.com

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For all inquiries regarding art commissions, licensing, album covers, events, live visuals, workshops, NFT's, or any other professional requests please contact vision@androidjones.com

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If you are interested in obtaining a print that is not currently available in our online store please send an email along with a picture of the image you are interested in to Carpenter Droid: carly@androidjones.com.


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Team Droid



Lyons, Colorado born Independent Artist Android Jones began studying art at age 8. He attended the Ringling School of Art and Design in Sarasota Florida, where he trained in traditional academic drawing/painting and animation. Jones was an intern at George Lucas’s Industrial Light and Magic studio, served as a lead concept artist for Nintendo’s Metroid Prime, and later co-founded Massive Black, a concept art company based in San Francisco. 

In 2005, Android Jones began his career as an Independent Artist. He is known for his many layered digital paintings and projection art. He has projected art onto the Sydney Opera House and the Empire State Building and performed live visuals with numerous electronic musicians and bands. He worked as a commissioned artist for the Royal Family of Abu Dhabi and his award winning 360 film Samskara has shown in domes and planetariums all over the world.  

In 2016, Android co-founded Vision Agency, a virtual reality studio focused on creating software for immersive experiences, including Microdose VR, a creative flow-state simulator.  A long time member of the Burning Man community, Android participated in the Art of Burning Man exhibit at the Renwick Smithsonian gallery and has shown his art on 6 continents. 

He lives in Lyons, CO with his wife and three children.



Artist Statement: 

"I've seen things in this life that I am incapable of translating into words. In my practice I have visited realms where the imagination ends, and the terrifying beauty of infinity unfolds over and over again. If I could distill into words exactly what motivates me to create the art that I make then it would not be worth making it. Instead I have chosen the Pen.

Honestly I don’t know why I make this art, or what compels me to keep creating it; it’s a mystery I intend to pursue for the rest of my life, and each image brings me closer to the Ultimate Truth."  

~ Android



Who are you?

My name is Android Jones and this site is run by myself and a small team of droids.We create all of our prints in-house. Actually it's a barn, so they are all "In-Barn" prints.


Why do you sell the items you sell?

It's a simple equation; time is my most valuable possession and making art is the best use of my time. I sell my art so I can buy back more of my time that I will spend making more art. I love when you buy my art because it is what enables me to create more art for you and the world to enjoy. 


How do you determine the prices? 

Prices are based on creating a sustainable equation that covers the price of equipment, ink, paper and the labor it takes to make these prints and other goods available, as well as to supply the stability we need to fulfill your requests in the realm of printing and making new art.


Who are the people on your team?

Android Jones: Art Creator and Instigator -Wild Droid: Manager -  Carpenter Droid: Brand Manager- Vision Droid : Assistant Manager- Zen Pirate Droid: Shipping Manager. 


What is a 'giclee' print?

In the late 1900s as digital print makers were trying to add more perceived value to large format high quality printing they were unsatisfied with the name "Inkjet" so they invented a new world that sounded much fancier, and that word was 'giclee'. 


What kind of printer do you use? 

Prints are created using HP printers. In my 15 years as a digital artist I have seen thousands of prints from a variety of different machines. I have also been around long enough to see prints fade and deteriorate with time. I did years of research before investing in these printers. I use inks guaranteed to last over 200 years and if kept out of direct sunlight, the prints look awesome well after you are looking at this world from the other side. I have tried to make the prices as accessible as possible. If you have never invested in a work of art before, I would like to do what I can to be your first.


What kind of inks do you use? 

I print with archival inks guaranteed to last for 200 years or more on high quality fine art paper and canvas. In other words, the prints will not only look amazing, they may outlive your human lifespan.


What does 'limited edition' mean?

A 'limited edition' is a piece of art hand signed and numbered by the artist, in the form (eg): 14/100. The first number is the number of the print itself. The second number is the number of overall prints the artist will print of that image. The lower the second number is, the more valuable and collectible the limited editions are. A small number of "artist's proofs" may also be produced as well, signed with "AP" or "proof" etc. Each limited edition print will also be accompanied by a certificate of authenticity that details the number of the print in the edition, as well as the signature and original thumbprint of Android in order to avoid any counterfeit prints.

What tools do you use to create the art with?

Most of my work is created first by a sketch and then transferred to the digital realm where I then use an extra large Wacom tablet and pen. The main software is Corel, Painter 12, Photoshop, and Z-brush and the Unreal Engine.


When will my print arrive?

Most items ship in 3 weeks or less.  If you have an event, birthday, or special occasion and you require the print to arrive at a specific time please make sure to let us know. 

Unsigned prints can ship out within a few days, However, the caliber and originality of Android's art is dependent on his ability to travel and fitting a 400 pound printer is beyond what most airlines allow. Therefore, seeing that signatures are important to you they are just as important to us as well, in case Android is traveling though at the time we receive your order we will have to ask for your patience or ship it out to you unsigned, which is always an option.  A real droid will respond to your emails about any questions you have, so if you are needing more information please email: carly@androidjones.com

Please note: Tapestries and apparel are shipped separately from artwork. They will arrive in separate packages at different times as our tapestries are made in collaboration with Third Eye tapestries and our clothing is made with our friends at Vision Lab Art.  Artwork, tapestries and apparel will always be shipped separately. Don't be alarmed if you find only part of your order has arrived, the other part will be on its way shortly! Please allow up to 2 weeks for apparel and tapestries to arrive. 

Do we ship internationally? 

Yes! We ship worldwide. 


Will 'giclee' prints be stretched?

Shipping costs for stretched canvas can rival the costs of materials and labor involved in stretching canvas prints. Therefore we choose to ship canvas prints un-streched, with 2 inch borders. Your local frame shops can professionally stretch and frame prints.


What if I want something I can't find in the store?

We can create custom-sized prints. If there is something you would like but that you are not seeing available in the store, please email carly@androidjones.com. For any special requests we will send you a bid estimate of costs.


Returns and Exchanges: 

We accept returns/exchanges on apparel and artwork up to 30 days after purchase, so long as there is no damage or sign of wear. After 30 days has passed we no longer accept returns or exchanges. 

If you need to return an item, please first email carly@androidjones.com.

You may then send the item (s) back to: 

Android Jones LLC
11755 North 75th Street
Unit A
Longmont, CO 80503

Sublimation dyed apparel can be returned to our apparel partners at:
Vision Lab
ATTN: Returns Dept
1800 University Parkway
Sarasota, FL 34243

Please email carly@androidjones.com to process any return before shipping. 

*Please include a note in your return with your name and order number.* 

Your return or exchange will be processed within 2 weeks. 

If you are requesting a refund we will email you once your refund has been processed. 

If you are requesting an exchange please email carly@androidjones.com and she will assist you.