Small prints: 5x7” Can range from $1-$5
My first time selling at a big event. This was Hal-Con 2010. Everything as just spread out all over the place!
Second time at Hal-Con. Still learning the ropes. My display is a bit better, things are upright and people can see them. Pink table cloth to stand out a bit more!
My third time at Hal-Con. This was the first year using the wire set. Nice and simple!
4th year at Hal-Con. I was trying out a new display for my shirts and bags. Turns out it was too big and in the way. Plus it kept falling over. But I stood out besides that, with a nice bright banner and fun tablecloth!
This was at East Coast Comic Expo. My first time selling there. Still selling shirts, but this time I laid them out. Plus the table was 2 feet longer than most convention tables. I could really spread myself out more. Also, you can see that I forgot my table cloth! Whoops!
Here's another way of display my shirt and bags. I hung them from the cube wire set. A bit easier and out of the way.
As you can see, you can really evolve and make your display yours. Just keep playing around with your setup! One good way of figuring things out is do a mock up display at home. Don't have a table big enough? Tape out the 6'x2' space on the floor and do it from there.