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Preview: Designer Con 2015

12:53 PM PST on November 19, 2015

Designer Con (LA TACO coverage) is Southern California’s most lively and colorful annual art and design convention, which smashes together collectible toys and designer goods with urban, underground and pop art. Designer Con takes place in a 70,000 sq. ft. space, and features over 300 vendors, art & custom shows, live demonstrations, panel discussions, and more. The show coordinators, Ayleen Gaspar & Ben Goretsky strive to provide a fun, safe, comfortable environment for fans, artists, and vendors to meet.

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In this photo from DCON 2013, artist Juan Muniz will be in attendance at booth #818.


Han Cholo custom jewelry made here in Los Angeles by designer Brandon Schoolhouse will also be in attendance at this years DCON. The new holiday collaboration with Star Wars looks great and I definitely look forward to seeing it in person.


Toy Designer Sergio Andujar will be in attendance with his take distinct style. Drop by his booth #315 to see his artwork and toys.

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Each year the fine folks at To Die For Clothing are at DCON. Go to booth #510 and check out their latest collection.

Nov. 21, 2015 (Saturday) : 9 am - 6 pm
Nov. 22, 2015 (Sunday) : 10 am - 5 pm
Pasadena Convention Center – Exhibit Hall
Tickets: $5.00 online, $7.00 at the door

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