The Power-Con 2017 exhibitor list has expanded! New additions as of 18 August 2017:
Ayota Illustration exhibiting at Power-Con 2017
Rob Ayotte is an illustrator from Minneapolis, MN, currently residing in Texas, who has been inspired by Masters of the Universe for a lifetime. He and his wife, Carla run Ayota Illustration, a design company focusing on book covers, album covers, event posters and t-shirt design. Ayota Illustration also has online shops showcasing pre-historic 1980s and undead inspired merchandise. Rob has been working on a new set of Masters of the Universe illustrations specifically for Power-Con. Look for updates and sneak peeks to his new epic MOTU inspired work on Instagram and Facebook.
Beastnerd Studios exhibiting at Power-Con 2017
Beastnerd Studios is a company that provides super cool merchandise from prints, stickers, t-shirts, and more of original and classic pop culture characters. For the past three years Beastnerd Studios has been an exhibitor at various cons and is truly excited to be at Power-Con this year. Being a huge MOTU fan helps the owner, artist, and tattoo artist Juan Zamora-Magana, aka HELLWIZARD, to bring to life his version of these beloved characters. Beastnerd Studios can’t wait to showcase some great new MOTU artwork that will be available for you to own.
Bat4life1 Collectibles exhibiting at Power-Con 2017
Bat4Life1 Collectibles is excited to be returning for its second year to Power-Con. They’ve been a reputable source for collectible toys for over eleven years and they’ve shipped to over twenty countries around the world. Bat4life1 Collectibles will again be bringing your favorite MOTU Classics like He-Man and She-Ra collectible toys from Matty Collector for sale. Their collection includes rare and hard to find figures you won’t find in stores or online. They’ll also be bringing other childhood favorites like WWE Legends, ThunderCats, DC Comics toys and more! Be sure to stop by their booth to help complete your collection.
DakotaKid Creations exhibiting at Power-Con 2017
Lamont Hunt is an animator and illustrator who has worked on projects like “The Nut Job 2” and “Sid the Science Kid”. In the past couple years, Lamont has illustrated two children’s books. DakotaKid Creations was created as a way to share Lamont’s love of nostalgia and childhood, mostly through his series “At The Playground”. The series tries to show the imagination of kids at play, pretending to be their favorite heroes or villains! At the DakotaKid Creations booth, you’ll find plenty of “Masters of the Universe” illustrations, along with other 80s and 90s inspired pop culture prints, illustrations, and metal sculptures.