Just the other day we had this awesome Studio Ghibli/Zelda mashup, and now artist David Pilatowsky has gifted the world with these beautiful Zelda and Pokemon watercolor-style characters.

Between the cuteness factor and the skill of the art itself, they’re definitely worth a look.

Check out more examples after the break…

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Japanese Twitter user xxx2251 transformed autumn leaves into a work of Pokémon art! He made both a Charizard and a Charmander using the leaves, and the final products look awesome.

Bit of a fire hazard though.

Check out an additional pic after the break…

pokemon jazz

Man, this is perfect for a Friday. Put your feet up, grab a drink and chill out to the smooth jazz stylings of Sara Niemietz as she brilliantly covers the Pokémon Theme.

Check out the video after the break…


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(via Reddit)


Artist Sketch-BGI has combined Halo And Mass Effect characters with Pokemon, and the result is a series of truly bizarre and amazing creatures.

Check out two galleries loaded with his creations after the break…

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Adding to my already long list of reasons I need to move to Japan, Osaka will soon be home to the first real-life Pokémon gym.

The Pokémon Expo Gym is slated to open on November 19th, and is described by Inside Games as a “hands-on edutainment [facility] that offers Pokémon training tips and related activities, as well as the chance to [enjoy] a conversation with Pokémon.”

The gym’s programs even have themed-names like “Charizard’s Battle Colosseum” and “Gardevoir’s Control Score.” And the “Pokémon Expo Gym Gear” app will allow Trainers to track their progress and rankings.

Check out more pics after the break…

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Pikachu is officially coming to Build-A-Bear Workshops starting in 2016 in North America, Europe, and Australia, and online. The Pokemon Company recently announced this wonderful partnership and it will give fans the opportunity to customize their own Pikachu with options like a Poke Ball hoodie, Charizard costume, and a “pika pika” sound chip.

Owners of a customized Pikachu will also receive a specially branded Pokemon trading card for free. Fingers crossed that this will be the first of many Pokemon-themed options available in the future.

(via Game Spot / Image: deviantart)

charmander plush

DeviantArtist Nazegoreng specializes in plushies. Really huge plushies.

Her Pokémon and My Little Pony creations are especially impressive, and she does take commissions from time to time. However, things can get pretty expensive—especially when you factor in shipping from Australia.

Check out more examples of her work after the break…

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Canadian artist Seoxys has a knack for fusing Pokemon together to highlight their best attributes. With 721 different creatures to choose from, some of these creatures are a combination of three different characters.

For even more fun, Seoxys is taking requests for fusions on Facebook and the results are wonderful, and sometimes hilarious. Check out some of our favorite Poke-combos after the break.

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The smaller something is, the cuter it becomes and that makes these super tiny Pokémon the most adorable Pokémon ever! Molder of super cute things, Ruby Huang, loves to make itty bitty fan art and has recently created a collection of her favorite Pokémon. Those these are not currently for sale on her Etsy site, she is sharing these bite-sized cuties on her Instagram page under the #pinkymon hashtag.

Check out more awwww-inducing clay figure pics after the break.

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