An artist known as Lunumbra has chosen a very unique medium for her work—Pokemon cards. For the last few years she has been working with clients to transform their old, damaged cards into mini masterpieces using acrylic paints and a finishing sealant. Her work has made the rounds on the Internet in the past, but some new works have recently cropped up for those who might be interested in commissioning something of their own. Check out more examples below. [click to continue…]
Back in December we featured an amazing poseable Vulpix Pokemon plush from Etsy seller MalinaToys. Well, we have an update. The Vulpix is now listed in her shop along with Eevee and Umbreon versions! [click to continue…]
We’ve seen many artists attempt realistic Pokemon over the years, but they often use actual creatures as references. This series by Twitter user Kizakura adds that realistic element while staying true to the original design. Check out more examples below. [click to continue…]
We love a good crochet project, and here’s another for you to try: a Pokemon Bellsprout in a Poke Ball pot. [click to continue…]
It’s always a good day when we get a new giant Pikachu video. Whether it’s herds of Pikachu in NYC, a Pikachu dance video, or an army of Pikachus in Yokohama, Japan, we’re all for it.
The most recent entry is this Pikachu at the Pokémon Center in Japan who heard the words denko sekka (quick attack) and busted an adorable move. It’s actually more of an agility move, but we really can’t nitpick something this cute. Watch the video below. [click to continue…]
This super posable, adorable, Vulpix Pokemon plush was handmade by Malina Toys and I’m stunned at how lifelike it looks. Malina used clay, faux fur, a wire frame, acrylic paint, varnish, and a lot of artistic talent to make it happen.
This one already has a home, but you can commission your own or have her make another custom pet just for you. Check out more pics below. [click to continue…]
Freelance concept artist Joshua Dunlop created series dubbed “Pokémon Zoology” that features realistic images of classic Pokémon. We’ve seen realistic Pokémon concepts in the past, but these are, like…the realest. [click to continue…]
The Build-A-Bear Workshop has a new addition to their Pokémon line: Charmander. Like Eevee and Pikachu, there are two versions of this squishable plush.
The regular Charmander, which includes the plush and an exclusive TCG card will retail for $28.00, while the web exclusive set includes Charmander, a Great Ball hoodie, a Lucario hoodie, a Charmander sound chip, and the exclusive Pokémon TCG card.
The web exclusive version is available for purchase online now for $61. The Great Ball hoodie and standard Charmander will be available in stores on December 8th. Check out more pics below. [click to continue…]
The odds that you have this rare Pokémon card lying around in your collection are extremely slim, but if you do then holy crap—it just sold for a world record $54,970 at Heritage Auctions in Beverly Hills.
“The Pikachu Illustrator Card was given in January of 1998 to winners of the CoroCoro Comic Illustration Contest,” said Barry Sandoval, Director of Operations for Comics at Heritage Auctions. “Only 20-39 copies of this card were released, 10 of which are graded in top condition and it is unknown how many still remain with the public.”
You read that? UNKNOWN. It may be in a box in your attic right this second! Haha…no it isn’t.
Artist Han Seok-bum recently blended Overwatch and Pokemon characters into one illustrated mishmash that’s both adorable and and eye-catching. His instincts on which characters to combine was spot on too. Yep, I think gruff ol’ Blastoise makes an excellent Soldier 76. Check out more characters below. [click to continue…]