Serie Project at Flatstock 38 during SXSW 2013

As one of the mainstays of the SXSW Festivals, is Flatstock 38 and the Serie Project was selling  prints during the run of the show on March 14th-16th. Co-presented by the American Poster Institute (API) and SXSW, Flatstock 38 displays the works of the world’s top gig poster artists.

The purchase of a print – a piece of original fine art- during the SXSW Festivals and at other times, helps support the Serie Project’s Artist in Residence (AIR) Program.

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Photo Credit: Jojo Marion

Shoppers and visitors to Flatstock 38 were able to enjoy acoustic sets by a variety of SXSW-curated bands. This event is one of the many that are free and open to the public. Below is a sample of the screen prints available from the Serie Project during Flatstock 38.

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Menudo: Breakfast of Champions, 2010 – Maria Natividad
Screen Print, Edition of 50

The Flatstock shows provide the American Poster Institute with a way to present poster artists collectively while showcasing the breadth of styles they represent. The best concert posters have always captured both the essence of the music they promoted and the spirit of the time in which they were produced. Flatstock provides an ongoing series of opportunities to see fine poster art in person and to meet the artists who created it.

For more information about the Serie Project and the AIR Program, visit Serie Project Inc. at 6601 Felix Avenue in Austin, TX 78741 and contact them at 512.385.3591 or and visit
[Source: Serie Project and SXSW]

Liz Lopez



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