Scenes from Flatstock

Arts+Labor goes to the SXSW poster show

Scenes from Flatstock

All week, local production house Arts+Labor has been posting webisodes of their adventures at South by Southwest.

In their latest excursion, the team heads to Flatstock 38 to talk with a design collective JDK/Iskra about their poster art. From A+L co-founder Alan Berg:

We first met the fine folks at JDK when Outside Industry screened in Burlington, VT. One thing led to another, and so we went to Vermont in August as the first half of a "cultural exchange." Now they're here for SXSW. You can meet them too at Flatstock, where they're showcasing their work from the Iskra Print Collective.

Flatstock is free and open to the public. Check it out tomorrow during its last day in Austin Convention Center Hall 4, 11am-6pm.

JDK and Iskra Print Collective at SXSW, visiting Arts+Labor from Arts+Labor on Vimeo.

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