for Sci-Fi, Fantasy, Anime, Steampunk, Gaming, Superhero, and Nerd Culture Collectibles and Art
SoonerCon’s vendor-approval process is an application, not a simple purchase link. As a result, you will find a wide range of highly-curated, unique items in all shopping areas of the convention. We are an inclusive event and we work hard to provide a shopping experience that appeals to all convention attendees. No matter what your fandom, there is something for you at SoonerCon.
Shopping areas open all three days:
60+ artist alley tables
50+ exhibitor booth spaces — sold as a mix of single and double booths
Art gallery — 3,500 sq. ft. of original sci-fi and fantasy art pieces
Charity store and auction benefiting local charities
All sorts of awesome goods like:
Art — originals, prints, sculpture, pottery, 3D prints, fiber, fan art, mixed media, etc.
Pop culture clothing — t-shirts, hoodies, pins and buttons, etc.
Never will you find a morewretched hive of scum and villainyfulfilling shopping experience in Oklahoma!
SoonerCon 28 Exhibitor Hall Vendors
3D Print OKC, Inc
Absurdist Productions & Mixed Company Games
BE game LLC
Bernina of OKC
Crazed Lemming Productions
Funny Figs LLC
Grammy and PawPaw’s Attic
James Young, Slinger of Tales
Kelly Campbell Berry
Mama Dragon Studio
Red Dog Press LLC
Robyn’s Nest Artwork
Spiral Arm Press
Usborne Books & More
Vintage Stock Norman
Yard Dog Press
— Exhibitor list as of March 11, 2019. —
SoonerCon 28 Artist Alley Vendors
Alexandra Brodt Illustration
Art by MG
Artistic Temperament Designs
Black Pearl Art
Cheap Shot Comix
Cooper Creative Art
Crazy Red Art
Crow Garden Creative
Curio of Curiosities: The Imagination of Angel Hurtt
D.E. Chandler/Twisted Candle Media
Diode Art and Design
Fox Crane Creative
J. O. Young
John Eric Osborn Productions
Just Lookin Boutique
Kody Montana Haskins
Russell Oldham/Blackwolf Artworks
Sleepy Fur Studio
Tommy B. Smith
Traci Ison Schafer
WORD — Writers Organizations ‘Round Dallas
— Artist Alley list as of March 11, 2019. —
What’s the difference between Exhibitor Booths, Artist Alley tables, the Art Show, and Club tables?
The Exhibitor Booths are 10 x 10 spaces that vendors can rent so they can sell handmade and mass market goods.
Artist Alley Tables
Artist Alley tables are ideal for networking, taking commissions, and selling prints or books. Space in Artist Alley is intended for individual artists and writers. Artist alley tables are in the main halls of the convention space.
The Art Show (which is separate from Artist Alley) is an art gallery where artists sell their artwork without having to babysit it throughout the weekend. Additionally, pieces that get enough bids on Friday and Saturday afternoon go to the live art auction on Saturday evening.
Club tables are intended for clubs, organizations, and conventions – not individuals. Sales and fundraisers at Club tables are prohibited without prior written permission from our club coordinator.