One of the highlights of Seattle’s Emerald City Comicon each year is discovering new vendors and their packed booths on the show floor. This year’s show was no exception, and once again featured an expanded show floor–and it was an exceedingly well-organized one at that.
Three booths at Emerald City Comicon caught my eye this year, and luckily for everyone, they offer their amazing wares online for customers worldwide.
Not only are these necklaces stunning in their simplicity, Moonglow Jewelry‘s moon-inspired pieces are completely customizable. If you want to know what the moon looked like on your child’s birthday, Moonglow can recreate that date’s moon phase exactly and set it in a beautiful silver or pewter pendant.
For a customized piece ranging from necklaces to charm bracelets, swing by Moonglow’s web site and order the perfectly personalized necklace for yourself or a dear friend.
The Portland-based The Ninjabot highlights the work of artist Arnel Baluyot. The booth’s buttons were easily the most eye-catching part of their display at Emerald City Comicon this year, but the original art prints are also stunning. From Game of Thrones to Star Wars to superheroes, you’ll probably find a print or button with your favorite character on it.
The Ninjabot offers art prints and other merchandise online, including large, colorful buttons for just $2, and you can catch their new exclusive button set at San Diego Comic-Con later this year.
If pink pastel stormtroopers are your aesthetic, Unicorn Crafts will be right up your artist alley. With adorable enamel pins featuring cute animals and even cuter droids (I may be biased), along with earrings and bracelets featuring other sparkly and adorable designs, it’s hard to resist the all the cute at Unicorn Crafts.
Whether you’re shopping for yourself or for a kiddo who loves all things kawaii, be sure to stop by the Unicorn Crafts web site for some aww-some goods.
All Photos: Kelly Knox