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Last Last SXSW Dispatch (for reals): Sewer Divers, D-bags, and Japanese peace signs

The essence of SXSW
The essence of SXSW
Drew Tewksbury

The best stories are told in fragments. The stories of SXSW are no different.

In the leftover wristbands, fast food wrappers, and photos strewn across the internet, the laptop, and the phone, a complete story emerges between the lines. Today after cleaning out the car (ewww, did I really eat Burger King, and who hid these coffee cups under my seats?), unpacking bags of schwag, and collecting all the photos hiding in every digital medium possible, perhaps another version of my own SXSW story, one between the shows.

We binged, now it's time to purge.

So hopefully in the images will paint a portrait of life before, during and after SXSW. Enjoy these details of the larger photograph that was SXSW 2010:

A man searches for his cell phone that fell in a sewer at 1am. A cop stands nearby and says, "I don't know if you're gonna find it, Phil"
A man searches for his cell phone that fell in a sewer at 1am. A cop stands nearby and says, "I don't know if you're gonna find it, Phil"
Drew Tewksbury
One of the best SXSW shows from a guy playing blues next to a taco truck at 3 am
One of the best SXSW shows from a guy playing blues next to a taco truck at 3 am
Red Bacteria Vacuum outside Japan night 2:30 am
Red Bacteria Vacuum outside Japan night 2:30 am
Drew Tewksbury
Broken Bells? Party of two. 11:30 Am
Broken Bells? Party of two. 11:30 Am
Drew Tewksbury
Last Last SXSW Dispatch (for reals): Sewer Divers, D-bags, and Japanese peace signs
Drew Tewksbury
Weiner at the Levi's/Fader fort, while Very Best played onstage
Weiner at the Levi's/Fader fort, while Very Best played onstage
Drew Tewksbury

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