WesterCon 67

WesterCon 67 is this weekend! I hope to see all of my friends, family and fans who can make it to the Salt Lake City area over the 4th of July holiday weekend!

Here’s the shirt design I did for the convention:

This is how it’s going to look on the black shirt they’ve chosen:

Nice! I’m sure they’ll sell out.

This convention has special meaning for me, as WesterCon was the very first science fiction convention I ever attended. I believe it began as an alternative show for those who couldn’t make it to the World Science Fiction Convention when that was being held outside the United States.

I was born in Salt Lake City, so this is kind of a homecoming. I am hoping to see family members while I am there. I had no idea how many that would be until I received the Stout family comp list. Yikes! Not a practitioner myself, I forgot all about the rabbit-like breeding habits of Mormons!

So, that will be interesting.

I will have a fairly large (about 18 pieces) art show there of some of my best work so, if you’d like to see a batch of originals, this will be the place in which you can do that. Thanks to Daniel Blatt for driving them all up!

See You Soon!

3 Responses to “WesterCon 67”

  1. Rick Catizone says:

    Love that tee shirt illustration. Amazing what a different feel when against the white and black backgrounds.

  2. Scott Rosema says:

    Awesome art Bill! Have a great time!!

  3. Jess Smart Smiley says:

    I love these designs! It was so great meeting you last night–the highlight of my con experience!

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