sxsw ’10 comes to an end…

I’m still in Austin, drinking a beer at the SXSW Blogger Lounge, as the Interactive bit of the show comes to a close. I’ll be driving home to Alpine tomorrow.

To mark the occasion we created nine prints, “The SXSW 2010 Series”. We were showing them at the trade show booth and yeah, they were selling like hot cakes.

For 2010 we designed another “Austin is The Killer App” print- you see it here on the left, or click here to see it enlarged etc.

Anyway, if you had a great time at SXSW ’10 (like I did) this print series will make for great little souvenirs. Rock on.

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  1. I’m a subscriber to your blog (although I didn’t attend SXSW… wish I did). I’m going to Marfa in June on a dudes’ road trip. Got some tips / cool stuff in Alpine? Hit me up.

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