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Photo Recap: DCON 2016 ~ Pasadena

10:38 AM PST on December 1, 2016

DCON returned to the Pasadena Convention Center last weekend. If you made your way there, you found that the convention was now in three halls that completely overloaded your visual senses. If you missed out, or just want to relive the experience, Erwin Recinos takes you on a photo journey of the booths, artists, and personalities on display at this year's event...


L.A. TACO friend Daniel Rolnik was on hand with the artwork of Turtle Wayne.


Artist Johnny "KMNDZ" Rodriguez signing his DCON exclusive piece with Prints on Wood


The Emperor Has No Balls by INDECLINE was on display and for sale.


Yes, this was a thing at DCON. Can't explain it.


Alex Pardee had a booth at this year's DCON selling his Dick Tracing holiday ornament.


Magnets are the new alternative to the old snap and play figurines. Winklebeans are a great example of wood toys that anyone of any age can play with.


Jesse Hernandez aka @urbanaztec was displaying his work DCON while also releasing a pin with Yesterday's Co.


L.A. TACO friend/artist Mufasa Clarkson was at DCON acquiring a very limited edition Hannah Montana figurine.


A Shop Called Quest was on hand with there newstands slanging pins and bringing smiles.


Hip Hop Trooper made an appearance with his master blaster stereo and posing for photo ops.




The Dvious Clothing Booth getting lots of support at this years DCON.


Visual artist and designer Hannah Nance was selling her signature pins, patches and shirts at DCON.


Bob's Burger director and creator of SN'EADS, Tyree Dillihay, was busy from the onset of DCON on Sunday.


The the Crewest Gallery booth, artists Marka 27 and Codak Smith were signing books, posters and art all afternoon.


Finally, congrats to these young creatives Eddie & Kevin from Woodcrates. You were able to see their work throughout DCON as the hand crafted the DCON logo at each hall for this years event.

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