Vendors in the Mall of Cthulhu
Portland, May 3-5, 2013 Vendors
From Lovecraftian Novelties to Other Weird Oddities, Arkham Bazaar is an eclectic collection of items that orbit the dark world of H.P. Lovecraft. You will find a Cthulhu Fish for your car, Lovecraft Collection DVDs, a Cthulhu Tiki, Miskatonic T-shirts, stickers, shot glasses... well, you'll need to step into the Bazaar to appreciate its collection for yourself.
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Badali Jewelry is a designer and manufacturer of HP Lovecraft inspired jewelry, a line of zombie jewelry as well as other horror and fantasy inspired jewelry lines handcrafted in sterling silver, 14k. gold and bronze. We produce several lines of officially licensed jewelry replicas from popular authors: JRR Tolkien's The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings, Robert Jordan's Wheel of Time, Patrick Rothfuss' Kingkiller Chronicle and Brandon Sanderson's Mistborn trilogy and Elantris. All of the jewelry we make is based in a love for the subject matter. Our pieces are made by fans for fans. We pride ourselves on our attention to detail and creativity, producing quality hand-crafted jewelry-art and the design of unique and original custom jewelry. Badali Jewelry Specialties, Inc. is a family owned and operated business based in Layton, Utah. See www.badalijewelry.com
Founded in 1999, Eraserhead Press is an independent publishing company with a focus on Bizarro Fiction. We aim to bring you the weirdest most fun to read books you’ll ever find.
Eraserhead Press publishes under the following imprints:
Spunk Goblin Books
Avant Punk Books
The Magazine of Bizarro Fiction
The New Bizarro Author Series
Lazy Fascist Press
Shark vs Badger Comics
For more information about Bizarro Fiction visit bizarrocentral.com
Headquartered in the Pacific Northwest, Hellbender Media specializes in movies, books, games, and other media that embraces the strange, the peculiar, the weird, or might simply be a little off the beaten track.
Hellbender Media produces material that gets under our skin, that tickles us, or intrigues us. This way, we can at least say our soul's clean.
Liv Rainey-Smith is an esoteric artist based in Portland, OR, specializing in hand-pulled woodcut prints. Her bold figure-oriented imagery is drawn upon history, nature, dream, and vision for inspiration. Rainey-Smith’s process incorporates a mixture of traditional and modern tools as well as a blend of European and Japanese printmaking technique. She prints primarily in small editions.
Mike Dubisch has been bringing a Lovecraftian twist to his fantasy art, illustration and comics for a quarter century, beginning in his mid teens. The versatile artist has created Star Wars and Dungeons and Dragons toys, animated DVD covers for the World Wrestling Federation, designs for animated movies, and characters for MTV. His work is held in the permanent collection of The Museum of Cartoon and Comic Art. His Lovecraftian Graphic Novel WEIRDLING was published in 2007 to critical acclaim, and is currently promoting his recent Cthulhu Mythos project The Black Velvet Necronomicon limited edition art book.
Sigh Co. Graphics complements the darkness inside you. Based in New Orleans for over 9 years, but now situated in wonderful Portland, OR, Sigh Co. Graphics still produces the most unique and original designs on T-shirts, women's tops, hoodies, work shirts, posters, and more. From Lovecraft to Poe, Ancient Egypt to Voodoo, Zombies to Steampunk, it's the most original stuff this side of Y'ha-nthlei.
Strange Aeons has been described as the unholy love child of Heavy Metal and Weird Tales magazines. Packed with B&W and Color comics, game scenarios, book reviews and short fiction by the likes of Cody Goodfellow, Clay MacLeod Chapman, S.G. Browne, Angel Leigh McCoy, Gina Ranalli Robert M. Price and Joseph S. Pulver, Sr. Amazing Stories. Bizarre Adventures. Weird Tales. Strange Aeons!
The H.P. Lovecraft Historical Society is one of the world's leading producers of Lovecraftian entertainment. From the award-winning motion pictures The Call of Cthulhu and The Whisperer in Darkness, to 1930s-style radio plays of Lovecraft's works, to countless other Lovecraft-inspired delights, the HPLHS offer a staggering variety of non-euclidean fun.