Metal Hybrid Armoured Pokemon concept artwork by Frame Wars

Upgraded Pokemon with battle armour and advanced weaponry concepts by Frame Wars, a design-based art collective. You can find more about these designs, and other work, via Frame Wars Facebook page.

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Metal Hybrid Pokemon - Blastoise - by Frame Wars
Metal Hybrid Pokemon - Venusaur - by Frame Wars
Metal Hybrid Pokemon - Charizard - by Frame Wars
Metal Hybrid Pokemon - Snorlax - by Frame Wars
Metal Hybrid Pokemon - Lapras - by Frame Wars
Metal Hybrid Pokemon - Gyrados - by Frame Wars
Metal Hybrid Pokemon - Mewtwo - by Frame Wars
Metal Hybrid Pokemon by Frame Wars

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Famous Oldies by Alex Solis

Pop culture characters as old timers by Alex Solis. Will Ash still be choosing Pikachu? Will Finn and Jake still be going on adventures? Will the Ninja Turtles still be radical? Will Darth Vader be able to keep his saber up? Will the Flash still be flashing? Let’s find out! You can view more of Alex Solis artwork on Instagram.

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Famous Oldies by Alex Solis - Pokémon Ash and Pikachu
Famous Oldies by Alex Solis - Adventure Time - Finn and Jake
Famous Oldies by Alex Solis - Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Michelangelo
Famous Oldies by Alex Solis - The Joker
Famous Oldies by Alex Solis - Darth Vader
Famous Oldies by Alex Solis - The Flash
Famous Oldies by Alex Solis - Batman
Famous Oldies by Alex Solis - The Incredible Hulk
Famous Oldies by Alex Solis - Minions
Famous Oldies by Alex Solis - He-Man Vs Skeletor

Custom hand painted sneakers by SheriffKarli

Custom hand painted pop culture sneakers by SheriffKarli featuring Pokemon, Animal Crossing, Mega Man, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Adventure Time, Hello Kitty and The Legend of Zelda. Painted for her own use, and friends and relatives, these are not available to purchase on-line but perhaps, if you ask nicely, SheriffKarli might produce a custom pair just for you.

“On a whim I decided to try out painting some white slip on shoes I had. I ended up loving the amount of detail and precision involved and I realized I had discovered my new favourite crafting medium.”

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Mega Man sneakers by SheriffKarli
TMNT sneakers by SheriffKarli
Pokemon sneakers by SheriffKarli
Pokemon sneakers by SheriffKarli
Hello  Kitty sneakers by SheriffKarli
Adventure Time sneakers by SheriffKarli
Sailor Moon sneakers by SheriffKarli
MLP style sneakers by SheriffKarli
The Legend of Zelda sneakers by SheriffKarli
Animal Crossing sneakers by SheriffKarli

Fabric Pop Culture by Alysha Crist

Fabric stickers and magnets made from cotton twill and poly/cotton blends by Alysha Crist. Working from home, and selling at local craft markets, Alysha has now launch her first Etsy store with these cool hand-made designs featuring Marvel and DC Comics Superheroes & Villains, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Pokemon, Super Mario Bros, Star Wars and Doctor Who. Check out her ETSY STORE HERE

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Fabric Pop Culture by Alysha Crist - Marvel Superheroes & VillainsFabric Pop Culture by Alysha Crist - DC Comics Superheroes
Fabric Pop Culture by Alysha Crist - Teenage Mutant Ninja TurtlesFabric Pop Culture by Alysha Crist - Super Mario Bros.
Fabric Pop Culture by Alysha Crist - Kirby, Legend of Zelda, Doctor Who TARDISFabric Pop Culture by Alysha Crist - PokemonFabric Pop Culture by Alysha Crist - Pokemon

Geeky gaming cross-stitch by JMC Craft

Self proclaimed geeky cross stitcher and upcycler Janine, of JMC Craft, has showcased a selection of cross-stitch gaming badges via her JMC Craft Facebook page and Twitter account. Retro gaming classics Mario and Space Invaders take centre stage on these bright and colourful hand crafted badges.

Geeky gaming cross-stitch by JMC Craft - Mario badges
Also featured on the JMC Etsy store are a selection of embroidery hoop Pokémon cross-stitch panels. Each Pokémon has been lovingly cross stitched on white 11 count aida using Anchor embroidery floss, mounted in a wooden 4″ embroidery hoop that has been hand painted and tidied up on the reverse with calico material. Crafting goodness.

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Geeky gaming cross-stitch by JMC Craft - Pokemon Squirtle

Geeky gaming cross-stitch by JMC Craft - Space InvadersGeeky gaming cross-stitch by JMC Craft - Pokeball

Geeky gaming cross-stitch by JMC Craft - MarioGeeky gaming cross-stitch by JMC Craft - Mario Fire Flower

Geeky gaming cross-stitch by JMC Craft - Mario MushroomGeeky gaming cross-stitch by JMC Craft - Super Mario Star

Geeky gaming cross-stitch by JMC Craft - Mario BooGeeky gaming cross-stitch by JMC Craft - Mario Goomba

All aboard, the Pokémon train!

“Take a fun trip with Pokémon while chatting with friends!

Here! There! A train car filled with Pokémon! There are lots of Pokémon waiting for you!”

During the Great East Japan Earthquake on March 11th, 2011 many of the victims or people affected were children. So the “Pokémon with you” project was started to support the disaster-struck region and give children there the feeling that Pokémon will always be with them.

One of the “Pokémon with you” projects is the Japan Railway East Pokémon train, a sightseeing train.

For the first time the train isn’t simply just decorated with Pokémon on the outside, but the whole interior also now takes the passengers into the world of Pokémon. This includes a playroom that looks like a forest, and also so-called “communication seats” to enjoy the scenery outside together with the family or friends while having a nice chat.

Since December 2012 the train has been running between Ichinoseki station and Kesenmema station with several stops to collect stamps and take pictures at the photo spots with Pikachu and co. You can also buy charity merchandise to support children in the Tohoku region.

Story via Japan Trends.

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Pop Culture Sculptures made from Aluminium Cans

Japanese artist Makaon meticulously shapes, bends, and manipulates tiny pieces of aluminium cans into iconic pop culture characters including Mario, Pokémon, Batman and Darth Vader. Clever, interesting and loads of fun.

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