LCX 10th Anniversary Pop Up
Saturday and Sunday, October 22nd and 23rd, 2022, 11am to 5pm
With Paid Admission to the Cartoon Art Museum
The Cartoon Art Museum and the Latino Comics Expo (LCX) team up for a two-day pop up celebration in honor of the expo’s 10th anniversary. Guest artists will table and sell their wares in the galleries where the museum exhibits are also on display. Artists will be tabling on both Saturday and Sunday from 11am to 5pm.
In addition to the LCX Pop up, the Cartoon Art Museum will have a Day of the Dead altar in the Drawing Room of the museum honoring and remembering cartoonists who have passed away over the last few years. Visitors can pay their respects or add someone to the altar.
List of Participating Artists this year!
- Jaime Crespo – Author of Sinners & Saints, which focuses on his time spent as a janitor/maintenance man in a San Francisco Tenderloin District SRO hotel during the mid-1980’s, and Passing, following his experience growing up as a person of color in California. Find his work on Corn Tortilla Press.
- Javier Hernandez – Creator of El Muerto, a comic book series published through his imprint Los Comex since 1998.
Jesse Hernandez- Local muralist, designer and illustrator from San Jose, CA. Blending the traditional Aztec art style with popular superheroes.
- Rafael Navarro – Creator of Somnambulo, a Xeric award-winning series blending elements of the Lucha Libre and noir genre.
- Daniel Parada – Creator of Zotz, A Mesoamerican sci-fi graphic novel set in a fictional world that is gripped by a dark conspiracy.
- Jules Rivera – Illustrator of the Mark Trail comic strip, a legacy daily newspaper comic that began running nearly 75 years ago.
- Grasiela Rodriguez – Creator of Not Your Friend Comics, an online platform of her art, and an original LCX supporter.
- Tu Tienda Azteca- Pop culture with a Latinx flair, Oscar Cisneros is a legendary East Bay Vendor, talented at casting and painting figures.
Click here to learn more and buy advance tickets!