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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!

ECCC Homegrown


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  • Ainsley Yeager

    • HG303

    Ainsley is a graphic designer and comiker based out of Seattle Washington. They have been self publishing comics both on the web and in print since 2...

  • Art By Vikram Madan

    • HG102

    Whimsical and Humorous Fun Art

    Products from Art By Vikram Madan

  • Bling Squared Cute Glass

    • HG400

  • Bruce Brenneise

    • HG208

    Travels in Strange Lands

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  • Byte Products

    • HG300

    Bad Computers gone Good

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  • Cameron Garland & Angela An

    • HG305

  • Careful It Bites

    • HG200

    Curious Creatures: plush and pillows with style and humor

    Products from Careful It Bites

  • Charamath

    • HG203

    Monsters and Mayhem

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  • CollageOrama

    • HG307

    Crazy art prints. Recycled book pages. Corgis and dinosaurs.

    Products from CollageOrama

  • Dancing Heron Illustration

    • HG210

    Illustrator creating edgy & elegant androgynous punk apparel and skateboards. Ancient motifs with a modern twist.

  • Darkmoon Faire

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    Handmade costume accessories including steampunk goggles, lace gloves and jewelry. Wire-wrapped and sterling silver set gemstone jewelry. Original d...

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  • Dave Ryan POP ART

    • HG404

    The art of Seattle artist Dave Ryan. Dave paints pop art on vinyl records and thrift store canvases through the use of stencils, spray paint and acry...

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