Humanoid Pokemon sounds like a great idea, though it messes with the dynamic of keeping them captive in Pokeballs. But then perhaps we’d have a different story for Pokemon. This gorgeous fan-art presents an imaginative look at Pokemon as humanoid anime characters. The set is the work of artist Shioya.
Illustrator Joshua Dunlop has created a series of seriously impressive, very realistic Pokemon portraits. The set sees creatures in their ‘natural habitat’, giving these illustrations quite a wildlife photography sort of look.
The Charmander Ceramic Candle Holder is beautiful in its simplicity, and quite clever actually. Available on Etsy for $33.
Valentine’s Day is around the corner and you could get things rolling with some heartfelt and thoughtful, or you could take the cheesy route. These little cards are rather good, especially if your Valentine has an interest in Pokemon. If all else fails, remember it might be a cliche, but you could still give I choose you a try. See the full set on their official Facebook page.
That’s the correct way of saying “I choose you.” The rings are made to order and are available on Etsy.
Got to say, we approve of this Pokeball – Death Star mashup. Though looking at the image, we have to ask the all important question. Does it make her look fat? The geeky shirt is costs $24.
Drawing Pokemon in cartoon style may sound redundant at first, but then there are several styles and schools of drawing to choose from. Here’s illustrator Piper Thibodeau‘s take on Pokemon, drawn in a very cartoon-like style.
Say hello to monster Pikachu. Rendered by Denchu.
Snorlax and a sleeping pillow, now this was a combination that was meant to be and should have been made real way earlier. Well, it is real now, and that is not too shabby either. Currently available for pre-order at $40, and expected to be available from January 30.
Get a Pikachu look on your hoodie, and a tail to go with. The zip-up hoodie has ear extensions for Pikachu, though the same courtesy hasn’t been offered to the tail, which (thankfully) stays on as a print. Available on Amazon.