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The 2020 Con Season is looming large on our calendars. We have almost the entire year shows booked aside from one or two local events. There are a number of changes this year, mostly due to schedule conflicts, so you may not see some of our regular events on the list for 2020 but we hope to get them back in for 2021. ~ March ~ Emerald City Comic Con -  March 12 - 15   This is our first show of the year and our only comic con still on our schedule. We still enjoy this show and love...

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The Fezmonger is once again filling his October with daily sketch cards featuring these creepy pumpkin imps that are the inspiration for our Jack-o-bastard Fez! The original illustrations are available to purchase directly from Jason. If you want to get to see the sketches as soon as they are done you might want to check out his Patreon page at Patreon.com/fezmonger or look for them to be posted to the various social media streams.

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The next Sons of the Desert Fez of the Week release will be in JUNE to mark Stan Laurel's birthday on the 16th. Look for the announcement early that month. After a decade of making the Sons of the Desert fez we are finally retiring it from Current production. I know this may come as a shock to many Laurel and Hardy fans out there but as a small artist-run company with only two full-time fez makers that also do all of the design and show planning, we simply need to make more time for other creative endeavors. A decade of making the...

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Phase Two *UPDATED* 8/20/19 June finds us taking a short break from cons as we regroup and work on new designs. The Feztress Maya will have her third solo gallery show at Hellada Art Center, the Fezmonger will be marking the one year anniversary of launching his Patreon page, and with any hope there will be time to get some rest. We'll need it for phase two. Tiki Island Expo June 29 Santa Ana CA After our short break in June we ease back into the Con Life with a quick one-day show in our own back yard. This small show is...

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Try as we might, we can no longer ignore the fact that it is now 2019. That means it is time we face reality and start looking at the shows in the year ahead. There will be some big changes to our show schedule from years past. We may finally get our line-up down to 10 or less events after years of failed attempts to cut back. Currently we have locked in 6 shows with another 3 returning shows waiting for registration to happen. We have dropped 3 big shows from our past for various reasons and a number of first-time...

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