New York Anime Festival: A Photographic Tour

Posted by Christian Liendo on Sep 28, 2009 in Fandom |

New York Anime Festival 2009

Editor’s Note: My deepest thanks to Christian Liendo to taking some amazing photographs of New York Anime Festival.

Shown above is illustrator Eric Maruscak working on an amazing Soul Eater themed chalk drawing. What follows is a photo essay of what it was like to walk around the convention floor which was packed:

New York Anime Festival 2009: The place was packed...

New York Anime Festival 2009: Kimonos (着物) for sale

Kimonos (着物) from KimonoLily.

New York Anime Festival 2009: Be a DJ

Be a J-pop DJ for only $5 for five minutes!

New York Anime Festival 2009: Videogame models

Spokesmodels for the upcoming videogame Fairytale Fights.

New York Anime Festival 2009: Toys, toys and oh yes toys!

Toys, toys and oh yes toys!

New York Anime Festival 2009: Swords!

No these are not toys…

New York Anime Festival 2009: Jedi combat

Jedi training in the hallways.

New York Anime Festival 2009: Face to face at Artist's Alley

Coming face-to-face with the artists at artist’s alley.

New York Anime Festival 2009: Vintage videogame hardware including a Sega Saturn

Vintage videogame hardware including a Sega Saturn.

New York Anime Festival 2009: Halo statue

A Halo statue.

New York Anime Festival 2009: mytagdog.com

Toy startup MyTagDog.com pushing their puppies.

New York Anime Festival 2009: An expensive anime art book

Every where you looked there were amazing anime art books.

New York Anime Festival 2009: The manga library

The manga reading room was filled with manga readers.

New York Anime Festival 2009: Cosplay pals just relaxing!

Cosplay pals just relaxing…

Christian Liendo is a New York City based photographer who’s interest in Anime spans two decades. He mixes his hobby of photography and his love of Anime/Manga/SciFi to present his vision of what the genre is all about.

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