Camilla will be attending Vancouver Comic Arts Festival May 25-26 at the Roundhouse Center in Yaletown, downtown Vancouver. VanCaf is a free comic-arts festival celebrating artists and alternative press.
VanCaf’s hours will be;
Saturday May 25- 10am-6pm
Sunday May 26- 11am-5pm
Find Camilla at table A4 in the Exhibition Hall with lots of new prints, her new Helmetgirls Artbook, Comics, and more.
Camilla will have her May charity print, Hear Danielle Roar, available at Vancaff. 50% of sales proceeds of Hear Danielle Roar through the month of May go to support Walking For Lions, a non-profit organization focused on lion conservation.
If you have any questions about VanCaf or Camilla’s charity print initiative, drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org
Sunday Blog Feature
Inspired by Camilla’s charity print initiative, superfan Melissa Maddocks reached out to us to share a project she feels strongly about. Melissa is campaigning through a fundraising platform to build Homes For The Homeless. Support is welcome in the form of donations, utility goods or otherwise, and spreading the word. If you have an initiative you feel strongly about that you’d like to share with Camilla, drop us a line at email@example.com
- Homes For The Homeless Goal- Functional Mobile Homes
Lions are magestic and inspirational creatures! Camilla has joined together with Walking For Lions, an organization dedicated to lion conservation, to raise funds for their May Walk. Camilla’s painting image Hear Danielle Roar is now an 11×14″ Mini Print here, and 50% of proceeds of these prints sold in the month of May will be donated to Walking For Lions.
Last month we raised $410 for Ocean River Institute, and March’s charity print saw just over 200$ to Seattle Children’s Hospital. Your support with Camilla’s Charity Print efforts are making a difference for organizations that need it!
Walking For Lions
Conservation organizations are finding that official government census numbers for wild lion populations are often not accurate. We have lost more than 75% of our wild lion populations in Africa over the last few decades, and numbers are declining fast. Causes for this vary from losing wild food and available land, encounters with farmers, trophy hunting, and most alarmingly a rise in the human consumption of lion meat and bones.
The most important factor of the walk is that we will reach millions of people. We would like to create global awareness locally and internationally and give people something to think about when it comes to various aspects of lion conservation.
– Walking For Lions
Your purchase of a Hear Danielle Roar Mini Print here or at Vancouver Comic Arts Festival May 25-26 will see 50% of sales proceeds go to support Walking For Lions. If you have any questions or would like to learn more, you can follow WFL’s website for updates or Like them on Facebook. Or contact us firstname.lastname@example.org
Camilla is headed to Calgary Expo at the BMO Center on 20 Roundup Way! Find Camilla at tables #15-16 this weekend for brand new prints, her new Helmetgirls artbook, comics, new merchandise and more.
Exhibition hours are
Friday April 26- 12pm-8pm
Saturday April 27- 10am-7pm
Sunday April 28- 10am-5pm
This month Camilla is fundraising with the charity print Superficial Substances, 50% of proceeds will go to Ocean River Institute. We’ve already sold lots of prints online and at FanExpo Vancouver, let’s keep it going!
Camilla has a lineup of new prints 11×14″ Mini Prints for Calgary Expo, here are just a few.
Find Camilla at tables #15-16 for these and more! If you have any questions feel welcome to email email@example.com
- Camilla & Sarah who brought her Camilla x Disney Stitch Toy
Vancouver Fan Expo was a huge success this past weekend April 20-21, thank you to everyone who came to visit Camilla’s tables, and to all Camilla’s newfound fans and friends. Fan Expo Vancouver has grown since it’s debut year in 2012, with the Exhibition Hall more than doubled in size and completely packed with attendees.
Camilla launched a whole lineup of new Mini Prints for Fan Expo Vancouver, including a much-anticipated release of her Candy Escape paintings in 11×14″ Prints. Stay tuned for online release details on Camilla’s eStore.
- Beyond The Rainbow released in 11×14″ Size
Camilla sold quite a few of her new Superficial Substances Mini Print, which we remember is this months’ Charity Print fundraising for Ocean River Institute. 50% of proceeds of Superficial Substances prints sold this month will be donated to ORI, who work on projects such as helping freshwater dolphins and fighting legislation that allows farmers nitrogen runoff to pollute rivers. You can help too by picking one up here.
Camilla’s next convention she’s headed to is Calgary Entertainment Expo where she will be at tables B15-16 with brand new prints, merchandise, her new Helmetgirls Artbook & Giveaway print, and more! You can RSVP to the Facbook event here!
Camilla’s artwork Superficial Substances is now available as an 11×14″ Mini Print! Camilla and Simon Bork digitally coloured her original artwork for Superficial Substances, and it is breathtaking.
Superficial Substances appears in this digital form for the Calgary Entertainment Expo’s convention books, where you’ll be able to visit Camilla April 26-28 at tables 15-16.
Continuing her initiative to release a new print with every convention, Camilla is collecting this months’ print sales of Superficial Substances to donate 50% of the proceeds to Ocean River Institute.
“The Ocean River Institute provides individuals around the world with specific opportunities to make a difference saving wildlife, protecting ecosystems, in environmental education, science, and conservation. ” -ORI
One of the things Ocean River Institute does to help that caught Camilla’s eye is protecting freshwater dolphins and other animals.
Find Superficial Substances on Camilla’s eStore here. If you’re looking for more ways to help, you can follow ORI’s Facebook here, and view their online petitions and initiatives here. If you have any questions or would like to know more, drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org