Tag: Rosehound Apparel

Panels, Activations, Special Guests and Pins at L.A. Comic-Con This Weekend

Are you in Los Angeles? No plans this weekend? There’s loads of fun things to do at L.A. Comic-Con—including tons of pin vendors to peruse. 

L.A. Comic-Con

Los Angeles, California

Friday-Sunday

About: L.A.’s largest comic book, gaming, sci-fi, anime and pop culture convention.

When: Friday 1 p.m.-8 p.m., Saturday 9:30 a.m.- 7 p.m., and Sunday 9:30 a.m.- 5 p.m.

Where: Los Angeles Convention Center, 1201 S Figueroa St, Los Angeles, CA 90015

Details: Ticket prices vary. Day passes for Friday, Saturday and Sunday are $25, $35 and $30 respectively. A Three-Day weekend pass is $75. Click here to buy tickets or learn about VIP ticket pricing. https://www.showclix.com/event/losangelescomiccon2018/tag/WS18HL

All ages are welcome, children are admitted for free.

Download the app Fan Guru, the official app for L.A. Comic Con, to view the programming schedule.

For more information, visit the LA Comic Con website. 

Known Enamel Pin Vendors: Acaballz (Booth D38), BB-CRE.8 (Booth 1642), Bat In Your Belfry (Booth F3), BlackCraft Cult (Booth 531), Creepy Gals (Booth H29), FanFlaire (Booth G34), Geeky and Kinky Pins (Booth 507), Gimme Flair (Booth I18), Just Peachy (Booth 1830), Killer Acid (Booth Witchsy 20), Kit ‘N Rivet (Booth H4), Kreepsville666 (Booth 309), Laser Kitten/Betty & Veronica (Booth 1346), MILQ (Booth E18), Bearded Lady’s Mystic Museum (Booth 109), My D Pins and Collectibles (Booth 2125), Nerd Pins (Booth 1454), Punch It Chewie Press (Booth 1044), Robin Eisenberg (Booth Witchsy 19), Rosehound Apparel (Booth Witchsy 4), Shark Robot LLC. (Booth 2041), SoCal Disney Pinporium (Booth 1747).

Meet Caitlin of For The Share of Flair

This past week, a few readers have been asking me: Who are you?

My vision for The Share of Flair is to become a trusted news source within the pin community—and that can’t happen if I don’t paint a fuller picture of who I am and what I’m about. I probably should have done this sooner—here goes.

I’m Caitlin M.F. Hornshaw. I’m 30 years old and I live in Pasadena, California, with my husband Phil and our two kitties, Kiwi and Xander. I grew up in Michigan and graduated from Central Michigan University in 2009 with a Bachelor’s degree in Journalism and an emphasis on News Editorial.

Rosehound Apparel artist reflects on brand’s evolution at Hollywood Pop-Up

“I used to have a patch that said ‘sorry I’m not sorry.’ It was before the phrase ‘sorry not sorry,’ took over. The concept was somebody stealing flowers from a neighbors garden—it was a hand holding a bouquet of flowers that had just been yanked out of the ground. I was seeing a guy and he once showed up and gave me flowers he had stolen from a neighbors garden. I was like, ‘that’s so rude, but so romantic.’ That’s the idea behind Rosehound Apparel. It’s a bit bad-ass, but also polite and cute.”

Inside the Junior High space on Hollywood boulevard, five flies buzz around before resting on the edge of a plastic cup that’s half-way filled with Rose’.

This is Megan Campagnolo’s drink—and she’s a bit disgusted.

It leads the 28-year old artist, known for her business, Rosehound Apparel, to set a trap.

Hollywood space to host Rosehound Apparel Pop-Up tonight

You’ve probably seen Rosehound Apparel’s original pin designs before.
There’s the bottle of peach schnapps, a slender box of pink cigarettes, the scorpion lollipop and a dreamy 90s Leo Dicaprio.

The artist, Vancouver-based Megan Campagnolo, will be selling her pins, home goods, clothing and a full-line of swimwear at a pop-up shop tonight at Junior High in Hollywood, 5656 Hollywood Blvd.

The event runs from 6 to 10 p.m. and will serve snacks and beer.

Junior High is a non-profit community space in Los Angeles. Through their space and quarterly publication (Jr. Hi), Junior High is dedicated to showcasing the artistic pursuits of marginalized voices. “We believe that representation, civic engagement and exposure to oft-overlooked narratives fosters strong and empowered communities and individuals,” it reads on their website. “We believe that radical acceptance will change the world.”