Season 7 of Game of Thrones is almost here!
To hold you over until then you can browse this incredible set created by artist Kaleb Raleigh. This creative set is of Pokemon inspired by the Game of Thrones series. Does the art look familiar? That’s because I’ve featured Kaleb here before when this amazing Mass Effect Pokemon set was made! Be sure to check out more of Kaleb‘s work HERE!
The Night’s Watch
The White Walkers
People have been creating their own kinds of Pokemon since the start of the sensation decades ago.
While the recent Alolan Pokemon (based on the Hawaiian Islands) were certainly a breath of fresh air another place that would spawn an incredible set of Pokemon all of their own is of course Australia! Pixel artist Paul Robertson, best known for his work on the Scott Pilgrim game and his part in the popular series Gravity Falls, has taken the challenge to create a set of completely new Pokemon based entirely about Australia. These are based on not just animals, but also plants, food, places, and even sayings. Buckle your seat belts for this one, kiddos, for there are a whopping 151 to go through!
As always, to find more of Paul’s art, go HERE, and HERE!
Redditor Niboswald has also taken the opportunity to add some context to what the Pokemon are based on for those of you unfamiliar with all things Australian. You can check out those nifty details HERE, or even HERE, HERE, and HERE.
Not all Pokemon evolve in the same way.
Some will evolve from gaining levels, some evolve by friendship, and some even evolve with special items. Tumblr artist butt-berry designed these amazing pieces featuring Pokemon and evolution stones!
I bet the last thing you were thinking of as a Halloween post would be about Pokemon.
Normally you’d be right! However, thanks Artist David Szilagyi, you can have the most vivid of nightmares with his Nightmare Fuel rendition of the lovable Pokemon critters! Don’t forget to show David some love HERE and have sweet dreams!
Pokemon Go! player
Everyone knows Japan loves their Pokemon.
What some people may not know is how much love Zoids get in Japan too. In fact, Japanese artist 太斗 even created an entire series of Pokemon inspired Zoids. Even if you are unfamiliar with Pokemon or Zoids these creations are still truly impressive!
Japanese culture is filled with lots of wonderful hidden gems.
From food to art you are bound to find something wonderful! Artist Shimanoko created these amazing Pokemon pieces in the style of traditional Japanese art and they are all simply breathtaking. Take a look for yourself!
Marowak VS Pikachu
Ghastly, Haunter, & Gengar
Pokemon Sun and Pokemon Moon are coming out soon!
But not soon enough. Fans are finding creative ways to patiently pass the time until release; some play the older games, some dive into the fan fiction world, some indulge in the newly released Pokemon Go!, and some create some pretty impressive fan art!
Artist EarthGuardianMamoru came up with these completely adorable mash ups of the Sailor Moon and Pokemon series. Pokemon trainer cards for the heroines (and heros) of Sailor Moon!