Apr 09

Chromaengine Goes to the MoCCA Arts Fest

On Saturday, April 5th, 2014, the Chromaengine crew attended the Museum of Comic and Cartoon Art (MoCCA) festival in New York City.  The festival was held in the 69th Regional Armory in Manhattan.

For those that do not know, MoCCA is a museum where the work of past and present cartoonist and comic book artists can be seen by the public. MoCCA, along with the Society of Illustrators, held a festival where their members, mostly freelancers, can sell their work to the public and display their talent.

The Line to Enter the Festival

The Entrance of the 69th Regional Armory in New York City

There were a number of booths where some artists had drawn well-known cartoon shows like Adventure Time and Steven Universe, while other artists created new illustrations. There was a cloud shooting a rainbow from its behind and a ghost eating a doughnut.

One of the Booth from the Festival with an Angry Cloud and Rainbows

Another Booth from the Festival. A Happy Ghost Eating a Doughnut. Yummy!

I enjoyed the festival and I think you will too. If you live in New York City or are visiting the city and you like comics and cartoons, go visit the show.  It only was $5 to enter. You can’t argue with that price to support good art and new talent.

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