2017 ARTISTS & AUTHORS
At BrickLove Jewelry, we are head over heels for Lego, and are always trying to find creative ways to show our love for the brick. We craft handmade jewelry by combining Swarovski crystals and Lego pieces. We currently offer necklaces and earrings, and are working on expanding our catalog.
Christian N. Wynn
Christian is a Delaware based writer and he is the author of the Jack Taylor Cases series. Future writing plans include a children’s fiction book series based on summer vacation, a juvenile fiction series mixing science fiction with fantasy, and a book of fables based on characters in the Jack Taylor Case series.
We will be selling original and fan art prints for $5. Postcards and bookmarks for $2. 11 X 17 Commissions for $40. Original Manga Series for $10. SALE: buy 2 and get 1 free prints for $10. Buy 3 postcards and bookmarks for $5.
Daniel M. Ford
Daniel M. Ford was born and raised near Baltimore, Maryland. He holds an M.A. in Irish Literature from Boston College and an M.F.A. in Creative Writing, concentrating in Poetry, from George Mason University. As a poet, his work has appeared most recently in Soundings Review, as well as Phoebe, Floorboard Review, The Cossack, and Vending Machine Press. Ordination is his first novel.
Amber Timlin is the artist behind EclipsedCrafts. She strives to create unique and eclectic polymer clay and resin jewelry and home decor inspired by her love of fantasy, horror, steampunk and all things GEEKY! Her pieces are all handmade with care. She also takes custom orders!
Bath bombs for the geeky at heart! These handcrafted bath goods are made from local artist Caitlin Fox and are inspired by Harry Potter, Pokemon , and Buffy to just name a few.
Meet Fudgernutter, also known as Kat, who will be joining Trichotillo Design at Cecil Con! Straight from Middle of nowhere Maryland, Fudgernutter has been in the Con scene for almost 10 years now but this is the first time they will be trying their hand at running a booth. Stop by and see the Art, Costumes, and Props they have to offer!
Heather Shields is a freelance illustrator looking to finally make her way into the video game world. In the meantime though, she attends and sells at conventions all over the east coast and in doing so, meets some amazing artists and con-goers. Her work ranges from fan art to original pieces.
Ginger is a Philadelphia-based cosplayer who has been making and modeling her own costumes for over three years. An entirely self-taught seamstress and model, she enjoys creating her costumes almost as much as wearing them. She loves learning new techniques, experimenting with new materials, and sharing her knowledge with anyone who wants to try their hand at crafting their fandom!
Greg is the New York Times bestselling author of numerous novels and short stories. He wrote the official movie novelizations of War for the Planet of the Apes, Godzilla, Man of Steel, The Dark Knight, Daredevil, Ghost Rider, Death Defying Acts, and the first three Underworld films, as well
the novelizations of four popular DC Comics miniseries, Infinite Crisis, 52, Countdown, and Final Crisis.
Jen Ignacio, aka “Jiggy,” is creating a small comic, “Glorie & Parolee,” a humorous take on the daily life of a parole officer. When she is not working on art things for cons and comics, she can be seen in the Command Center of her house, slaying beasts and saving the world with her husband, Kris.
Joe G. Art
Joe is a Jersey shore native growing up in the late sixties early seventies was introduced to model kits and comic books, heavily influenced by comics, classic horror and sci Fi movies of that era. Joe continued and honed his love of pen and pencil art along with model building and painting dedicated to sci Fi movies, and classic horror.
Joe Tolliver Art
Joe Tolliver is an illustrator, writer, and comic book artist. Joe is mostly known for creating popular Fan Art with iconic characters like Batman, Superman, and Wolverine, and his Cosplay portraits are displayed by Batinthesun, Monkeyofsteel, and Thekevinporter. Joe’s secret identity day job is as a video producer where he uses 3d Modeling, effects, and video editing techniques to tell stories about the world around him.
Knitted Metal Finery
Knitted Metal Finery has unique jewelry and accessories to fit any budget. Are you looking for something edgy or timeless? Do you like to go against the grain or go with the flow? Whatever your tastes you’ll find something that is one of a kind…just like you. Our jewelry is made from many metals such as jewelry grade aluminum, anodized aluminum, copper, stainless steel, bronze, sterling silver, niobium, and silver fill as well as glass beads, gemstones, and Swarovski elements.
L.S. King is the author of several novels: Beginners’ Luck and Stacking the Deck in the Deuces Wild series and Sword’s Edge in the Gifts of the Elders series. She’s also had short stories published in Deep Magic, The Sword Review, Digital Dragon Magazine, Residential Aliens, and more.
Hello there! I’ve never been good at introductions so let’s just hit the basics: I’m a freelancing illustrator that loves to focus on colors, shapes, and capturing the aesthetic of antique illustrations. I’m a huge fan of video games, bad movies and tomatoes.
Miniature Inspirations sells handmade needle-felted creations made by Maggie Mei Lewis. Hours of detail, shaping and attention are put into each individual felted critter to ensure that it comes out unique with a personality of its own.
Pandy Apparel is a small clothing brand run by Kate, a college student who loves anime and cartoons a little too much. All of the clothing designs are inspired by anime and video game culture. From socks, to shirts, to jackets, she’s bound to have something you’ll like.
Ramen Bento is a group twin artists selling anime fan art and crafts online and at conventions! Our love for anime and video games is reflected in the plush items, magnets, stickers, and prints we sell. We’re also big fans of older anime so if you’re looking for something a bit special you may find it here.
Watercolor artist from Baltimore Rebecca is currently an art student at University of Maryland, Baltimore County. She uses her love of nature and her love of fantasy to create unique pieces of art. She enjoys illustrating animals and nature while mixing in some fantasy elements to her pieces.
Sarah loves all things Japanese (especially anime!) and realized she wanted to start selling artwork based on the shows she loves and grew up with. She loves working with canvas, and the way it stands out compared to a 2D print. Each canvas is carefully painted by hand with care, and detail.
Schmidt House Cosplay
We have been cosplaying for about four years now. We have been published in CosplayZine’s June 2016 issue, and won the award for Best Group/Family Cosplay at Katsucon 2016. At our booth you can find Cosplay Prints and small Prop Crafts for sale. We will also be available to talk to you about any commissions you might be interested in!
Trichotillo Design is sharing a table with Fudgernutter at Cecil Con. Two jack of all trades artists from the middle of nowhere Maryland, who make Fan Art, Original Art, Comics, Costumes, and Props! This is our first time running a table and we are super excited!
Artist & Author
Unexpected Spark is the combined studio of author Liz DeJesus and artist Kay Corbett. Liz DeJesus is a novelist, freelance writer, writing coach and a poet, she has several novels for purchase and signing. Kay Corbett is well known for her fairy and mermaid portraits. While typically working on private commission work, she has begun to branch out into book and comic related work.
Voidcraft specializes in handmade plushies and 3D printed jewelry. Our plushies range from pokemon to giant squids, to dragons and much more. We design and create 3D printed jewelry in both plastic and steel in geeky and eldritch themes. We also make buttons, stickers, and more!
Artist & Author
Wayward Studios is the cross-country comic-making duo of Emily R. Gillis and Crystal M Rollins. Together, they create the webcomics Jikoshia, Aspect, Skyborne, and most recently Ersatz. They are also known for their one-shot minicomics such as A Day in the Life of My Cats and Cranky Cthulhu.