It’s finally Summer in the City 2017, a chance for YouTubers and viewers alike to come together for a super fun weekend!
From panel discussions to meeting your faves at meet-and-greets, there’s always plenty to do. So, to help you SitC-goers plan your schedules, here are six YouTuber stands we think you should visit.
Ready for some shopping? So are we!
Bertie Gilbert and Savannah Brown
While you’re wandering through the ginormous SitC Expo Hall, we recommend that you make a stop at Bertie Gilbert and Savannah Brown‘s stand. We’re really into Savannah’s retro merch, and her “ghouls just wanna have fun” patches are fab. (It doesn’t get much better than puns and ghosts.) Bertie is selling a collection of his film posters, including those for Blue Sushi, Tick Where It Hurts, and Let It Be. We heard that if you’re lucky, the director himself may be around to sign a few posters!
Are you a fan of Jamie Jo‘s art? So are we! Head over to her stand to get a look at all the wonderful things it has to offer. Jamie’s selling posters of her masterpieces, and also pocket-sized versions as postcards. We love this stand and all the arty things for sale – it certainly gets a thumbs-up from us.
Run by her fam, Dodie Clark‘s stand gets our “best looking stand” seal of approval, decorated with yellow balloons (are they Dodie yellow, though?), ribbons, and even googly eyes! Dodie’s stand is selling her 6/10 t-shirts, Intertwined jumpers, and posters for her new EP, You. Now we just need to find some room on our bedroom walls…
You won’t miss Team TurboPunch’s stand, with its giant asdfmovie banner. It’s certainly worth checking out. The stand is selling everything asdf, from mine turtles to wristbands. Tom Ridgewell‘s book Art is Dead is also for sale, as well as some “vewy nice” t-shirts. A little bird told us that Tom will be popping up at his merch stand over the weekend – if we’re quick, we might get a selfie.
PJ Liguori‘s stand features some super cool, creative merch that’s well worth a browse. The stand is selling PJ’s infamous slurp mugs (anyone up for a brew?), hand-drawn patches and stickers. PJ’s card game Fable Fights is also available to buy, which we’re very excited about! We love PJ’s illustrations – make sure you buy one when you’re there.
Tucked away in the corner of the Expo Hall is Hannah Witton‘s merch stand. It’s deffo worth the trek over to her stand to see what wonders it has to offer. We love Hannah’s book Doing It, and to our delight it’s available to buy (potentially signed) at her stand! Hannah is also selling bags and her “Do I look like a slut?” posters.
Seriously, we’re gonna have to find room on our walls somehow.
Photos by George Yonge.
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