A fictional music festival featuring solely fictional bands, taken from pop culture (namely television and a piece of literature here and there). The idea was to design a set of promotional posters, featuring headlining bands, with an accompanying brochure outlining the explicit details of the show, such as ticket pricing, the entire lineup for all three days, show times, and the like. Every poster was to have a different style of design, so as to emphasize the ranging genres of music and various bands playing at the festival.
The entire music festival is built on references. Fauxfest implies the falsity of it, 100 trillion, 42 billion, 2012 referencing the end of the universe in Doctor Who, Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy, and the Mayan calendar, respectively. The location, the Parking Lot of the Restaurant at the End of the Universe is of course in reference to the unusually large parking lot of Milliways, the Restaurant at the End of the Universe, of Douglas Adams' novel of the same name.