SX Sketchbook: Scenes from the Trade Show

'Chronicle' comic artist Jen Sorensen sketches SXSW

We asked Chronicle comic artist Jen Sorensen to sketch some of the sights from Downtown during South by Southwest Interactive. Here are her first scenes from the street, as well as her second installment. Check out the latest below.


Follow along with Jen's journey on Twitter: @SorensenJen. For another artsy take on the Festival, see our photo galleries.

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