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Jeb Matulich

Co-Founder & Product Creative Director

Jeb Matulich has lived in Texas his entire life, and has literally lived in almost every corner of the state. Jeb is the son of a high school football coach that moved the family frequently during his younger years of life. Jeb is what many would call a self-taught artist, and drawing and painting became a love of his at a very young age. Jeb would spend hours drawing from Sports Illustrated magazines and Air Force publications, and after a couple of art courses in middle school, he was hooked for life. Jeb was a nationally acclaimed draftsman in high school which led to his pursuit of an Architecture degree at Texas Tech University in the early 90’s. Three changes in his major later, he found himself teaching and coaching like his father. Jeb finds inspiration for his artwork and designs from all things Texana. His subject matter ranges from old rusty neon signs and landscapes to Texas landmarks and maps. His love for Texas and design led him to pair up with a fellow teacher, Brian Wysong, to form Tumbleweed TexStyles in the fall of 2011. Together they've created a trendy, artistic brand that appeals to Texans everywhere. Jeb currently is a high school art teacher in Frisco, Texas. You can find Jeb at the local thrift store or first in line at an area estate sale looking to find materials and ideas for his artwork. Jeb documents all of his art endeavors through his blog at



Meet Jeb:

  • What was your major? Kinesiology with a minor in Geography from Texas Tech University
  • What is your favorite drive in Texas? I love the drive between Presidio and Lajitas along the Rio Grande.  I also love driving FM 32 north of Canyon Lake along Devil’s Backbone in the heart of the Texas Hill Country
  • Favorite food? Tex-Mex combo platter including a crispy beef taco, cheese enchiladas, sour cream chicken enchilada, rice and refried beans
  • Favorite bands? Old 97’s, Turnpike Troubadours, Flatland Cavalry, Tyler Childers
  • Most memorable moment of TWT? Eating brisket at Daniel Vaughn’s book release party in a backyard of a Preston Hollow house straight off the smoker prepared by Aaron Franklin. Dang, that was good!
  • What is your all-time favorite TWT design? The Republic of Texas 1836
  • Hear more from Jeb on The Tumbleweed Podcast



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