SXSW schwag bag = the “big bag” is competition for your creative eye

Michael Payne | March 14th, 2007 | ,

Everything is bigger in Texas. This includes the official “Big Bag.” I wanted to share with our team when I got back to the studio so I thought it would be fun to put up the contents of the “big bag” on the whiteboard. There’s not really a point here I guess, but it’s a fun exercise to see how everything looks when it’s all in one place. I left out the 6 magazines that were also included in the bag.
SXSW Schwag

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SXSW Big Bag

– Michael

PS Not quite sure how I feel about so many printed materials being handed out to everyone, but that debate is for another day.

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