Today Venzu, our mascot for all merchandise, would like to introduce to you the newest participants of Heroes Made in Asia. Venzu is very excited to introduce these new participants and to welcome them to our wonderful event. In this article you will find everything about these participants and what you can expect from them.
The first partipant I would like to introduce you to is Astermorn. Astermorn is an illustrator and concept artist from the Netherlands and makes Struck Pins, among other things. Visit @astermorn on Instagram to see all of her creative work and during Heroes Made in Asia to see it in real life.
Astermorn is certainly a participant that I will be very enthusiastic to go to at the event!
The next exhibitor Venzu wants to introduce is TamaishiDesigns. TamaishiDesigns is a small artist-run apparel business made by own artworks, created by Namiren, the artist behind TamaishiDesigns. She is a young graphic designer with a great passion for anime/manga, and she loves making original designs. Namiren creates T-shirts, hoodies, masks, bags and more! Discover her stand at Heroes Made in Asia!
I am is more than happy to welcome TamaishiDesigns at Heroes Made in Asia.
The last exhibitor Venzu would like to introduce is Rebelyells. Are you in need of stickers, pins and art-print? Rebelyells is the place to go! All their designs are in Kawaii style, fan art from movies and items in May traditional tattoo style. Are you curious about her artwork? Visit her stand at Heroes Made in Asia.
I am super excited about Yabelyells’ participation and can’t wait to see all creative items Rebelyells has to offer.
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