The Pokemon Art Project

Artist takes on the grand task of painting originals of all 151 Pokemon.

When people think of Pokemon, there comes dusty memories of GameBoy gameplay for the oldest of fans and the revolutionized crystal clear 3D gameplay for those of the younger audiences. Some may still remember when Pokemon was aired on different television networks where the phrase, “Gotta Catch ‘em All” was heard before commerical breaks.

Whether you grew up with the animated TV show or the videogame, one dedicated artist is on her way to capturing all 151 Pokemon… in her art.

Kat Brunnegraff, creator of Sugar Skellies, has been making works of art in spectacular forms. She has crafted Sugar Skull plushes and has recently completed a painting of Sailor Moon.

Brunnegraff calls plan The Pokemon Project.

So far, she has painted:

  • Dratini, Dragonair and Dragonite
  • Bulbasaur, Charmander and Squirtle
  • Pikachu
  • Evee, Jolteon, Vaporeon, Flareon
  • Haunter and Genger

That’s 13 out of the 151 she still has to go.  Brunnegraff also plans on adding Mew to her collection of Pokemon masterpieces. Originals can be bought here if they’re available, but there are plans to release all as cheap prints at some point, so don’t worry if you miss them/don’t have the money – you can still catch ‘em all.

If you want to see her artwork, you follow her blog kat-scratch-fever, her Twitter and her Facebook.

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