Justin Timberlake has attempted to rebrand himself as a rugged outdoors type with his new album.
The part-time Big Sky resident’s latest record, Man of the Woods, includes tracks titled Montana, Flannel and Livin’ Off The Land. But judging by JT’s wardrobe choice’s during his halftime show performance, Timberlake hasn’t been “livin’ off the land” in Montana.
Earlier this week Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation identified the image on Timberlake’s button down shirt as a painting by artist Martin Ridley. Counter to the former boy band leader’s new Rocky Mountain image, the painting depicts red deer, not the elk native to North America.
Playfully, RMEF suggested one of their one t-shirts to anyone who wished to own a shirt depicting genuine wapiti.
Photo via Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation