These are several videos from latte artist runapocket demonstrating the interactive foam art she creates. And by interactive I mean you make the figures jiggle — they’re not going to play video games with you or anything. Good lord, just how interactive were you expecting this latte art to be?
This is a video of South Korean Youtuber 3D Sanago using a 3D printing pen to craft an impressive Blastoise figure, then adding all the necessary components to make it a functional humidifier. That’s cool. Now make me a showerhead that looks like Magikarp! That’s always been a dream of
This is a video from a drone light show at Reunion Tower in downtown Dallas, Texas depicting a Pokemon card pack being opened, then Pikachu battling Charizard, all performed by 250 synchronized drones with integrated lights. That’s pretty impressive. I wonder how many residents called the news/police reporting aliens. This
This is a video of a real life Pokemon clinging to some dude’s back. Based on its incredibly unusual body and cartoony eyes, I assumed it was fake at first, but no — it’s a Sunda flying lemur. How about that! The natural world, am I right? It would be
From Matt Highton (of Spice Girls/Dune mashup fame) comes this video of the Pokemon cartoon intro recreated using only stock footage he edited together. The result is pretty impressive in a lot of ways, and pretty desperate in a lot of other ways (I’m looking at you, Blastoise). It kind
This is a short video of a pet tortoise showing off its fancy Venusaur Pokemon costume. What a cutie! If only the person filming had spent as much time planning the video as they had making the costume maybe it wouldn’t look like it was filmed with the Motorola pager
In other freaky deaky Pokemon bedding news, this is the Gengar sleeping mat available for pre-order from Bandai in Japan. Unlike those Pikachu centipedes, I’m pretty sure this is an officially licensed product, and its price reflects that at $250. *spit-takes Count Chocula* No wonder bootlegging is so popular. Speaking
These are the almost certainly unlicensed ‘Very Long Pikachu Insect Plushes’ available from Chinese online retailer AliExpress. They cost between $21 and $90 depending on length (available in 80cm, 1.1m, 1.4m and 1.7m varieties), and seeing one (or, even worse, one of every length) on a potential lover’s bed, is