Thank you Singapore Toy Game and Comic Convention! Camilla and our d’Errico Team had a fantastic time, full of fun, fans, and good times. Camilla’s booth was a creative hub of original artwork, prints, toys, exclusives and convention goodies.
Camilla had a great time contributing to STGCC’s “Women in Comics” panel, thank you to everyone who attended, took photos and tagged Camilla!
Camilla enjoyed creating commissions and original artworks for STGCC, signing, colouring toys, and posing for photos! Those Jason Freeny Gingerbread Man toys sure are cool.
The force is strong with Evade Gismo‘s Tristan.
A small handful of original artworks which debuted at STGCC2015 are available for new homes. Please email email@example.com to inquire availability.
Camilla sends her warmest from beautiful Singapore, where she has completed setup for Singapore Toy Game & Comic Con (STGCC 2015)! Joined by husband Tristan, author of Evade Gismo dot com, Camilla shares a look at STGCC guest feature trip thusfar. The Nightmarket looks like fun!
Camilla has set up her STGCC Booth B29 with new and convention exclusive prints, hand painted toys & original artworks, one of a kind STGCC exclusive artist proofs & limited edition merchandise, and more.
Visit Camilla at booth B29, signings are included with purchase, or with your Camilla books & prints from home! Camilla will be contributing to the “Women in Comics in the 21st Century” panel Saturday September 12th. This panel begins 4:15pm on the Stage
Camilla has new framed and unframed original artworks releasing at her STGCC Booth B29.
As well as new “Tree of Life” signed & numbered 30pc limited edition fine art prints, hand embellished with gold paint, exclusively releasing at STGCC.
Camilla’s painting image “Puff” debuts for the first time this weekend at STGCC Booth B29.
Collect your favourite STGCC Exclusives this weekend, September 12th & 13th, from Camilla’s booth B29. Would your event like to feature Camilla as a guest artist? Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for details.
Camilla is featured in an interview on Evade Gismo, discussing artmaking, conventions, and behind the scenes workings of an independent artist. The interview can be found here, and is definitely worth the read to gain an insight and perspective into how Camilla does what she does. Including dancing monkey-business! Check it out here.