We are pleased to confirm the majority of exhibitors in our cos.play area. A diverse range of traders will be available, along with a number of creative exhibits.
Genki Gear take the great style of Japanese culture, Anime and Sci-fi and mix with their unique “Genki” twist. Their T-shirts follow a vision of fun and quirky original designs and each T-shirt is top quality 100% Cotton of fairwear manufacture with every design being Silkscreen printed here in the UK.
The number one source for all your Comics, Movie, TV, Sci-Fi and Fantasy merchandise.
Amazing Cake Company
The Amazing Cake Comapny specialises in bespoke celebration cakes for all occasions and events. At Play Expo they will be selling freshly baked vanilla and chocolate cupcakes featuring video game and anime characters and mini gift boxed character cakes made from our best selling chocolate truffle torte.
Anime and cosplay-related products including Lolita style accessories and costumes, Kimono, cute cloth and toys.
The UK’s widest selection of Japanese anime and video game artbooks, plus anime DVDs, CDs and more!
A father and son prop making business, offering a much cheaper alternative for cosplayers than most suppliers. All weapons are hand made so every product is one of a kind.
SunnyCon is an Anime/Manga convention taking place in Sunderland on Saturday and Sunday 23rd-24th March 2013. You’ll be able to meet some of the team behind SunnyCon at Play Expo and you’ll also be able to buy tickets for their event next year.
Donna M Evans is a freelance illustrator and craftsperson. She takes inspiration from movies and especially video games to create new and exciting sculptures, drawings and soft toys. A retro gamer at heart and a classic Sonic and Legend of Zelda fan, she is always up for a challenge to make something that’s never been seen before.
Helen is a “Manga” style traditional and digital illustrator, inspired by comics, TV & Film and of course games! Helen also hand-makes small plush toys and little pillows of popular characters. Helen will be selling art prints of her work and a few crafts, plus she’ll be offering to draw and sketch for those who want a portrait or their favourite character.
Crawford has been playing video games since the days of the Sinclair Spectrum. He describes his Art as “Mega-pixel,” aiming to make his work instantly recognisable with just basic Pixels and simple colour palette. Crawford will be bringing some first run posters and canvas works to exhibit and sell.