Shapeways seller Claudia Ng aka ShamefulSquid calls her flower pot “Succulent Monster”, but let’s call a Bulbasaur a Bulbasaur. Also I don’t want to sound like I’ve eaten Pokémon.
You can buy the planter from Claudia’s Shapeways shop for $49 (USD).
If fish can drive, then they sure as hell can play Pokémon. And that’s exactly what a goldfish named Grayson Hopper is doing – not that he knows he’s doing it – thanks to its owners Patrick Facheris and Catherine Moresco.
We’ve seen a couple of attempts at depicting realistic Pokémon. While neither of them resulted in cute creatures, artist Beth Emery found are surefire way to make Nintendo’s money printing monsters become really scary: by making them look like the giants in Attack on Titan.
As if Japan didn’t have plenty of Pokémon-themed products already. We can add another to that list. The official Pikachu Cafe is opening this weekend in Tokyo. There you can indulge in all kinds of Pikachu themed foods.
French artist Gauvain Manhattan bought six old paintings from flea markets and then painstakingly wove replicas of each painting. He didn’t replicate them perfectly though. Instead he turned the real world subjects into virtual ones by adding characters and other elements from video games.
This is one sexy dress for anyone who wants to be a Pokémon master mistress. This $95(USD) Pokémon Skater Dress from Poprageous will be all the rage this season. It is said to feature every single Pokemon that ever was on it’s fabric.
Pokémon X & Y took the series’ evolution mechanic to 11 with the introduction of Mega Evolution, a superior albeit temporary evolved form for select monsters. But these officially licensed plush toys will stay Mega Evolved whether in or out of battle.
Remember Google and Nintendo’s April Fools Day hunt? In its promo video, Google said that they would give one of the people who completed the Pokémon Challenge a position at the company, along with a business card that says “Pokémon Master.”
I don’t know much about Pokémon, but I know that Snorlax likes to sleep. I mean, really likes to sleep. You really can’t keep this guy awake. All I know is that big guys like him get sleepy after a meal.
We’ve already seen a couple of fan-made LEGO versions of Charizard, but if you’d rather have a ready to assemble kit from the company check out lizardman’s proposal. It consists of a very manageable 337 pieces and has lots of joints, making it very poseable.
What? Onix is evolving! Onix evolved into a poseable plastic toy! Etsy shop Amphigory Design specializes in 3D crafted items, one of which is a 24″ scale model of the rock snake Pokémon. The shop sells both static and flexible versions of the toy.
Pokémon are elusive creatures. If you want to catch them all, you better bring an army. That must be their thinking on Twitch.tv, where right now more than 75,000 people are in a chatroom controlling a single game the Game Boy version of Pokémon Red.
While it’s no Slaking, the Snorlax is one lazy Pokémon. In fact, he only awakens to eat 900 pounds of food, then goes right back to sleep. So there’s no better Pokémon to keep you company in bed than a Snorlax.