We want to celebrate all of the artists, makers, crafters, and creators who were planning to be at Awesome Con in person, May 1-3. While we can’t be together in person, we can still support artists and makers from the comfort of our own homes. This virtual Artist Alley and Maker’s Market is the perfect place for you to peruse the plethora of capable creatives – and maybe buy some art or get a commission! Share your faves using #AwesomeConOnline.

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Ted Woods

ALL PRINTS ARE JUST 5$ SKETCHCOVERS FOR SALE Ted Woods is a comic book writer and artist based in Camden, New Jersey.  He self-published his [...]

Matsumoto Art

Shop Matsumoto Art I create illustrations of original characters, pop cultural characters, landscapes, and narrative scenes! My clients have included Walt Disney Animation Studios, Marvel [...]


What if everyday items like baggies, napkins or pads actually brightened your day, instead of being thrown away? You'd save money while protecting your future, [...]

Yugen Tribe

Accessories for stargazers with style that's out of this world! We are a woman-owned-and-operated handcrafted jewelry studio from the DC Metro area, located in Maryland. [...]

Joan Comics

Greetings, adventurer! Joan Comics is a professional freelance illustrator with a degree in sequential art from SCAD. Her drawings are created from a swirling potion [...]


Hi, I'm Katie - Founder and Artist of Corgasaur. This is my third year vending and putting my art out there to sell and I'm [...]

Sew Queer DC

Sew Queer DC is an online store and series of classes started by DC local, Molly Stratton (he/his). Frustrated with how gendered mainstream fashion still [...]


Various video game/anime/comic characters that were made by melting tiny plastic beads together in order to form a unique pixelized version of the given character. [...]

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