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It seems as though Etsy seller CrystalPokeballs has taken up the mantle of creating light-up, 3D laser engraved Poke Balls. Many of the items in the shop are currently on sale, and can be had for around $50-$60 each. That’s roughly half the price of versions that we’ve featured in the past. Check out more designs below. [click to continue…]

The core concept of a plug-in Pikachu USB charger makes sense. However, the execution of this knockoff Pokemon plug leaves something to be desired. Let’s break this down: [click to continue…]

Build-A-Bear has just added the cutest plush yet to their Pokemon collectionSquirtle in a tiny Poke Ball raincoat. This one is an online exclusive and comes with a 6-in-1 Squirtle Sound and a Poke Ball hoodie in addition to the raincoat. Oh, and somebody needs to make a version of that slicker that adults can wear.

(via Kotaku)

Did you know that a Pokemon-themed train has been running in Japan since 2012? I certainly didn’t. Well now that we’ve been properly informed, I should tell you that the train is getting a Pikachu makeover. The question is, which design do you like more? [click to continue…]

Artist Paul Robertson has been creating a vast collection of Australian Pokemon that are based on native foods, animals, plants and more. Check out the current collection (and the very helpful annotated editions below). [click to continue…]

A very disturbing incident took place this past weekend during celebrations for the Pokémon World Festival 2017. The situation was caught on video, which you can watch below. At around the 1:00 mark, the Pikachu at the front of the pack began to deflate. At that point a man rushed the stage followed by several mysterious men in black, who attempted to control the situation. [click to continue…]

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…]