Flatstock finds: SXSW’s gig poster show includes Robert Mueller art, Texas pride prints

If you haven’t already blown through your SXSW budget on bar tabs and street food, Flatstock returns to the Austin Convention Center today with a three-day run destined to drain your remaining funds as you adorn your walls and body with finest in rock-show screen prints, cat and coffee-inspired enamel pins, Texas-themed postcards, and all other manners of pop-culture art.

Sonny Sanchez, of Austin, looks at rock posters at Flatstock at the Austin Convention Center during South by Southwest on Friday March 18, 2016. JAY JANNER / AMERICAN-STATESMAN

While the annual poster fest predominately features gig posters, other art available ranges from material for the politically minded (Bernie Sanders screen prints and Robert Mueller pins, shirts, and posters are available at multiple vendors between skull-covered punk pieces) to the preschool set (from train prints to playful dinosaur posters).

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The show is free and open Thursday through Saturday from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. to all badge types and the general public. Though the show technically requires a free SXSW Guest Pass for the general public/credential-less masses, security seemed to be allowing folks in without them Thursday afternoon.