I love this city. I came here last year on my trip and fell in love with the place. There is art everywhere you look, the people are weird and there are plenty of places to eat out of a food truck. What is not to love about that?
During this short stay, I wandered around to several galleries on the East Austin Studio Tour. The tour is pretty spread out so you won't be able to cover everything in a day. I just stumbled upon several of the galleries, ate at some food trucks and met some amazing artists. I loved finding The Wonder Craft. It's an Airstream filled with handmade goodies that everyone loved. You could see it in their eyes as they walked in. I know my face must have looked the same as I stepped inside. It was the, "ooooo look at all of the hand made goodies!" face.
Along the tour route, I was able to chat with many of the artists and a few photographers I particularly enjoyed meeting were Sarah Wilson and George Brainard.
There is something for everyone in the city. If you decide to tour 6th street downtown, you will get a completely different feel, when compared to the East Arts district. There is always Congress Street, which is not to miss. You can stroll the streets and find many vintage shops, restaurants and even eat cupcakes made in an Airstream.
Max also enjoyed the city since he was able to play at one of the many dog parks they have. I know I will have to make a point to come back. There are too many things to see and you just can't do it in a few days.
Here are a few photographs I took as I walked along the streets.