Crunchyroll Expo’s 100,000 square foot Exhibit Hall will feature over 100 exhibitors, artists, and features, and we’d love for you to take part. Whether you’re a publisher, a retailer, or an individual artist, let’s talk!
Looking to have a booth or become a sponsor? Reach out to John O’Marra and Kristin Frank, and they’ll be happy to chat!
John O’Marra – firstname.lastname@example.org
Kristin Frank – email@example.com
Crunchyroll Expo’s Artist Alley welcomes indie creators, webcomic artists, crafters, and professional writers and illustrators. To apply, please fill out our application by May 29, 2017!
Crunchyroll Expo is committed to supporting the best of anime and manga. As such, counterfeit items, bootlegs, knock-offs, or other pirated items are not welcome at Crunchyroll Expo. Exhibitors selling counterfeit items may be removed from the event, banned from future editions of Crunchyroll Expo, and risk criminal prosecution.
Fan art and fan crafts are allowed in Artist Alley as long as the creator is at the table and the work follows our guidelines. We want to celebrate fans of anime and manga and their artistry, and we encourage original prints, crafts, comics, etc, but mass-produced fan works or fan works that use, alter, or directly copy licensed, copyrighted material (including – but not limited to – character art, background art, logos, etc) fall under our bootleg policy and are prohibited.
Do not create buttons, pins, bags, keychains, T-Shirts, etc. with official art or any art that isn’t yours. Don’t trace, copy, or place Photoshop filters over someone else’s work and call it your own. If you display fan art or fan crafts which don’t follow this guide, you may be asked to remove it from display by the Crunchyroll team or risk being removed from the show.
It is the responsibility of every exhibitor and artist to follow this policy.