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#SWXW2019 — Augmenting ARt

Brian Behm is an Artist Using the world as his canvas and digital elements as brushtrokes. Tech Trends catches up to him at South by Southwest in Austin.

By Laura Kobylecky

Brian Behm is here at The South by Southwest Conference in Austin as both a speaker and mentor. He wears many hats as an artist, creative director, and motion designer. Visual communication seems a native language to him…

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