Well, this is something different from Takayas. Instead of custom nerdy engagement rings they’ve made a gold and yellow sapphire Pikachu-inspired bracelet for a client. If you look closely you’ll notice that the pixelated Pikachu is designed in such a way that it will appear to be walking around the wearer’s wrist. Check out more pics below. [click to continue…]
A while back, we got a look at the TonyMoly Pokémon makeup collection, but one of the best things about this collection is the inclusion of a Poké Ball applicator for both the blush and coverup cushions.
Overwhelming isn’t it?
Last year, we brought you these super cute Pikachu plushes complete with sleeping bags. Japanese twitter user @_O_mimimi just found the ultimate use for them.
Hamster Cubone cosplay. It’s frickin’ adorable. Check out more pics below. [click to continue…]
Pokemania has gone from a simple plague to full on armageddon levels. So now is the perfect time to unload related products—like, for example, this adorable female Pikachu on a new line of cosmetics and accessories coming out of Japan.
Stationary, totes, eyeshadow, nail polish and more have super cute female Pikachu art and colors. Prices range from 150¥ ($1.50 USD) to 3000¥ ($28 USD).
All of this is more cute than I can handle. Check out more products in the lineup below. [click to continue…]
Pikachu and Eevee are ready to hold your stuff and look super cute doing it thanks to two new 3D molded backpacks from Bioworld.
The main compartment is a protective shell featuring Pikachu or Eevee’s giant head with their ears adorably popping out from either side.
Pokemon 3D Molded Backpacks ($49.99)
This past Saturday, an adorable herd of 20 enormous Pikachus took to New York City, meandering throughout Manhattan as part of a celebration of Pokémon’s 20th anniversary. They first popped up near the Brooklyn Bridge, and then they wandered through Manhattan before finally ending their cute parade at Penn Station. Plenty of folks were able to grab some great pics and videos, and it’s pretty fun to watch these guys navigate their way through one of the busiest cities in the world.
The Pikachus had a handler, and their job was to keep the costumed Pokemon moving in unison. The handlers used whistles, which you’ll hear in the videos below, to let the Pokemon know when to move forward.
Yes, Pikachu has a human hand for a tongue. Whatever. The most surprising thing about this picture is his complete disregard for hygiene. I mean, I don’t see any pockets for hand tongue sanitizer.
Check out the full image after the break…
By now you’ve probably heard that Ronda Rousey loves Pokemon—but maybe there’s more to it than that. Maybe, Pokemon is the secret to her success.
Check out the video after the break…