Rebecca S. Here….
Every Comic Con features an “artist’s alley” where comic, print, and poster artists are gathered into one area to overwhelm your senses in amazing visuals. This year’s Dallas Comic Con was no different. I tried to visit all of the booths to bring you guys and gals a list of all the wonderful things – so if you’re looking for some amazing and nerdy art to hang on your wall, then look no further.
Jon Pinto does realistic and stylized portraits of your favorite pop-culture heroes, villains, and sidekicks. Also, he’s one of the nicest people that I met the whole weekend. Give him your money at HERE, HERE, AND HERE.
Danny Haas does minimalistic art, the most popular are his prints featuring a whole person dressed as half of a superhero and half their alter-ego. They are perfection. Check him out at HERE, HERE, AND HERE.
Liz Watcher does an abstract, splatter paint style art- mostly Pokemon and Disney princesses but she also takes commissions in anything geeky. Give her a follow HERE or just go buy some goodies at HERE.
If it turns out that you’re looking for something different for your home- like a pillow for your couch, or a towel in your kitchen, then look no further than Denice Boyles. She does unique embroidery on practically anything. Her work is high quality, beautiful, and sometimes, a little snarky. Check her out HERE and HERE. Note: she closes down her shop while she is away at cons so as not to miss any orders.