I’m super excited to announce that I will be tabling in the Artist Alley at this years Niagara Falls Comic Con! It will be the first convention I take my wares to outside of Toronto – so I’m crossing my fingers that it’s the start of traveling to a lot more conventions across Canada and beyond!
You can find out info about all the amazing artists here.
The Convention takes place Friday June 5th through Sunday June 7th at the Scotia Bank Convention Centre in Niagara Falls Ontario.
I’ve restocked my animal tea stain posters, and I’ll be debuting a large tea sloth poster print at the show.
There will also be a whack of new fan art mini teas.
I’ll have posters, prints and postcards. Shiny things, mini teas, big tea stains and on the spot commissions.
Tea art galore will be at table A23. And on top of that, on Sunday I will be giving a talk on Art Direction in Indie video games! So if you happen to be at the show, come out say hello and ask questions about games, how to get into them, or what exactly an art director does for independent games.
The full floor plan and schedule for panels and talks can be found here.
And last but not least, here’s a video preview of the show!
Hope to see you there!
Spring is around the corner, and that means it’s the start of convention season! I love comic book conventions and I cannot wait to spend time amidst the many talented illustrators and artisans in the Artist Alley. If I could say only one thing about Toronto it would be that we have one of the best Artist Alleys to be found at any comic or pop culture convention. So even if you’re not that into comics, or the plethora of guests who will be making an appearance, come out for the indie artists. You won’t be disappointed!
You can come visit me March 20th -22nd at Toronto Comic Con 2015. I’ll be at table A227 in Hall E.
I will have new goodies, fresh from the printing presses and tea pot. My newest Mass Effect and Guardians of the Galaxy glossy post card prints have arrived.
I’ve also printed brand new posters of some of my animal tea stains. 11×17 inches of glossy goodness!
And I’ve made a slew of new mini tea stains. Some based on pop culture, and others totally inspired by the shape of the tea.
So if you’re at the con, come say hello! I have so many new things to share with you.
Tis the season for… HOLIDAY ART MARKETS!