SURTEX 2023 to welcome notable new, returning exhibitors and attendees
Commercial artists and industry brands have committed to Emerald’s upcoming SURTEX commercial art and surface design business-to-business trade show, indicating pent-up marketplace demand and strong interest, according to show executives.
SURTEX, scheduled for May 9-10 at New York City’s Metropolitan Pavilion, is the first time the show has taken place since prior to the pandemic.
Among those exhibiting and attending SURTEX 2023 by category are:
Returning U.S. exhibitors: Pink Light Design, Union Sq. Art Design Studio, Diane Harrison, Shannon McNab, Brenda Manley, Lauren Wan, and Wild Apple Graphics.
Returning international exhibitors: Artwork Designs, Yuno Design Studio, Fabric and Designs Pty, Colwill & Waud, and Howard Robinson.
New international exhibitors: Patternfield Software Pty, Antoinette et Freddy, Stella Marie Designs, Art House Design and Nebula Studio Bcn.
Other notable new U.S. exhibitors: Amanda Klein, Chalet Flow Art, Christy Michelle Studio, LLC, Reagan Hayhurst Designs, Renee Graef Illustration, Elizabeth Stirling Designs, Gridsmith Studio, and A Fresh Bunch.
Notable attending companies: Bloomingdales, Creative Converting, CSS Industries, HarperCollins, Hasbro, Hobby Lobby, Housewares International, Lifetime Brands, Leanin’ Tree, Lindy Bowman, NBC Universal, Proctor & Gamble, Spirit Halloween, Top Flight, and York Wallcoverings.
“We couldn’t be more pleased with the exhibitor line up that will be on offer at this year’s show,” said Liz Hitchcock, brand leader at SURTEX. “SURTEX 2023 has been completely redesigned as a stand-alone event to take place at a popular venue in Manhattan’s vibrant Chelsea neighborhood. We are creating an experience where both buyers and sellers of commercial art and design can expect truly collaborative engagement while connecting with the best names in the industry.”