Patrick Ballesteros San Diego Comic-Con 2024 Exclusives, Debuts, & More [UPDATE June 18]

Artist Patrick Ballesteros is a must-stop on the list of many San Diego Comic-Con attendees’ for a reason. His signature kid-friendly style and whimsical interpretations of some of the most beloved pop culture have generated lines to rival those of several large panel rooms. This year, he’ll be back in his usual spot of #DD-08 in Artists Alley, with new exclusives, debuts, commissions, mini originals, and more.

[UPDATE June 18]

One of the best things about San Diego Comic-Con is that if you ask 100 people why they’re at the convention, you would probably get 100 different answers. The convention is all about celebrating who you are and whatever you’re into — and it doesn’t matter if the person next to you isn’t into it too, because they still understand that indescribable feeling of being excited about something and being part of a community.

In his latest exclusive, Ballesteros tries to capture that feeling with his “All Are Welcome” piece, an 11″x11″ print. It will be available all days of the con including Preview Night for $35, and each of the LE 275 is printed on linen paper and comes signed and numbered with an official seal.

[UPDATE June 11]

Ballesteros has a mission for you: gear up and dive into Booth #DD-08 in Artists Alley to secure his latest print. This open edition 8″x14″ print, titled “HELL YEA!”, celebrates your favorite game, from the bug-splattering action to the cyborg-smashing teamwork. You can claim yours to level up your con for $27.

[UPDATE June 7]

You’re going to want to “stick” around for Ballesteros’ next x-citing announcement. Each day of the con (Thursday-Sunday), he will be unleashing a new daily 3″x3″ sticker. Each design is limited to just 50 pieces, and will be available for $4 each, while supplies last.

To know which sticker will be available each day, you’ll need to follow along with Ballesteros on Twitter or Instagram, where he will be unveiling that day’s option each morning of the con.

[UPDATE May 29]

Accio art! Ballesteros has a magical treat for fans today — the reveal of the first of his San Diego Comic-Con daily exclusives. This 10″x10″ piece, “Halo-Halo Express“, is the latest addition to his “Jeepney Kultura” series, which celebrates the iconic Filipino mode of transportation, the Jeepney, and its (pop) cultural significance. It has spellbinding details throughout, featuring all of your favorite wizards, muggles, fantastic beasts, and everything in between.

The print will be available for $30, and is limited to 150 pieces. It’s printed on fine art linen paper, and comes signed and numbered. Enchanted by this piece? Stay tuned for the full daily exclusive schedule.

[UPDATE May 22]

Attention, Troopers! Get ready to mobilize and start “Bugging Out” with Ballesteros’ latest print, heading to San Diego Comic-Con. This piece is a salute to the starry-eyed fans of one of the 90’s best (and often overlooked) cult classics, and the brave bug-busting heroes of that interstellar saga. You can swam (in an orderly fashion, while following all of the rules from the line workers!) Booth #DD-08 in Artists Alley to grab your own copy.

Don’t miss the chance to enlist this 11″x11″ masterpiece into your collection, for only $25, and available all days of the con.

[UPDATE May 17]

Ballesteros is back at it with the first of his reveals for San Diego Comic-Con, and it’s sure to fire up any fans of Akira Toriyama. For the first of his debuts for the con, Ballesteros has paid tribute to the legendary manga artist who created many of your favorite series of all time. The 11″x14″ piece, titled “Dragons Forever“, features characters from across Toriyama’s work, spray painting a version of Toriyama himself.

You’ll be able to pick up the open edition print first at the con this July, and it will be available all days for $30 each.

[UPDATE April 25]

If you’ve ever wanted to own a one-of-a-kind original commission from Ballesteros, now is your chance (or almost, at least). UPDATE April 30: Ballesteros’ commission spots are now closed. On Monday, April 29 at 10am PT, you’ll be able to try to reserve your spot on his list. He’ll have 25 spots up for grabs, with a short wait list if you don’t make it in in time. To claim your spot, you’ll need to:

  1. Email him at with the Subject line: “SDCC 2024 Commission”
  2. Let him know which established character(s) you would like
  3. Let him know if this is to be done in his signature kid’s style
  4. What days you will be attending the convention

Ballesteros will then email you back with a rate, and you will have 24 hours to confirm with him.

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