ECCC Homegrown

ECCC HomegrownThis year, Emerald City Comic Con is bringing local to the heart of the show.  ECCC has curated a list of local artists, crafters, and small business owners onto the show floor to bring their artistry and expertise to you.

Why is this important to us? Because Emerald City Comic Con was born and raised in the Pacific Northwest and we want to make sure that your local show remains just that – local.  This means working with and supporting small businesses and organizations that make the PNW one of the most unique and creative places to live.  It is important for us to include local small businesses because they are the backbone of our communities, the meeting places that our fans frequent in their daily lives and the heart of the creative culture that has allowed ECCC to thrive in Seattle.  And for that, we truly thank them and want them to be a part of what we have created.

In this dispensary of local arts, you’ll find a number of local small businesses, including brewers and bakers, jewelers and crafters, artists and entrepreneurs. Whether it’s adorable hand sewn plushes, realistic cut-paper illustrations, jewelry crafted from recycled materials, or a finely crafted IPA, we have brought it all together to celebrate an array of local creators and crafters at ECCC.  

Participating Homegrown Exhibitors

Be sure to check back as we add more participating small businesses to the list!

  • Bling Squared Cute Glass
    Bling Squared Cute Glass
    A tiny island off the coast of Washington
  • Byteproducts
    Byteproducts
    Eugene, OR
  • Cameron Garland
    Cameron Garland
    Edmonds, WA
  • Careful It Bites
    Careful It Bites
    Seattle, WA
  • CollageOrama
    CollageOrama
    Seattle, WA
  • Echo Chernik
    Echo Chernik
    Seattle, WA
  • Emerald City Wigs
    Emerald City Wigs
    Shoreline, WA
  • Kamakru Art
    Kamakru Art
    Seattle, WA
  • Pood Paw Prints
    Pood Paw Prints
    Kenmore, WA
  • Kindred Stamps
    Kindred Stamps
    Seattle, WA
  • Dancing Heron Illustration and Design
    Dancing Heron Illustration and Design
    Portland, OR
  • Fanboy Museum
    Fanboy Museum
    Albany, OR
  • Ningen Headwear
    Ningen Headwear
    Langley, BC
  • Nyanzilla
    Nyanzilla
    Tacoma, WA
  • Story of the Door
    Story of the Door
    Yakima, WA
  • Fremont Brewing
    Fremont Brewing
    Fremont, WA
  • Oddfauna
    Oddfauna
    Seattle, WA
  • SmallRiniLady
    SmallRiniLady
    Seattle, WA
  • The Art of Justin Hunt
    The Art of Justin Hunt
    Puyallup, WA

Want to apply to participate in Homegrown?

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If you need further information, please reach out to Josh Gold for any sales questions or Emily Robillard with any marketing questions.

Story of the Door

Story of the Door

Yakima, WA

Watercolor desert rocks, sun bleached pale grass, and forests that fade from golden cottonwood to deep cool cedar. These images call up both native and fantastical critters, and the stories that follow them. Cari Corene first started painting at Yakima Valley Community College, where she found inspiration around Yakima’s sagebrush horizons that flow out of Mt Rainier’s green foothills. Today, Cari paints for comics, kids books, and games and continues to illustrate the colors of the desert hills.

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