SXSW photo diary #1: unicorns and tactile design

Laura Jordan Bambach, a creative partner at Mr President, shares the best of SXSW through her photos and notes taken on the app Notegraphy.

I'm staying in the "unicorn house" in Austin with Nadya Powell, the managing director of Sunshine, and Daniele Fiandaca, the co-founder of Creative Social and Innovation Social.

Kelli Anderson, an artist, designer and author of the books This Book is a Camera and This Book is a Planetarium, gave the best talk I've seen so far.

This is a video of Anderson's "Existential Calendar":

The Existential Calculator (Take that job?) from kellianderson on Vimeo.

More scenes from Austin...

Finally, dinner with the IPA and Innovation Social:

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