These Pokeball pieces are all based off the iconic pocket monster orb that is now a staple in pop culture for many children of the 1990s and early 2000s. The Pokeball's simple design has been recreated into all sorts of products, artworks and even a car.
While many people claim to be true Pokemon fans, Alex Finch beats them all. Finch had his entire arm tattooed in Pokeballs that literally pop out of his arm. However, if Finch truly wants to be the number one Pokemon fan, all he would need is one of the cars designed by Lars-Erik Fisk that look like a gigantic Pokeball. One can almost picture a real-life Pikachu cruising the streets in a humongous Pokeball.
These Pokeball pieces pay tribute to the greatest pocket-monster game ever created.
Bumpy Body Modifications
Pocket Monster Phone Protectors
Unruly Character Tees
Cult Cartoon Couture
Pocket Monster Blueprints
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