In light of the mass spread of the new Pokemon Go App it was only a matter of time for some fan art to follow. I was waiting in anticipation for something cool however I wasn’t expecting this. This Pokemon fan art takes those adorable little creatures and turn them into something a tad more aggressive. Massive credit to J. R. Coffron and friends for these “PokeMonstrosities” as they call them.
The Pokemon fan art shows the vicious side to these and of course my favourite definitely is the demonic Pikachu, above. Although it is demonic, the vibrant electricity mixed with the terrifying details makes this absolutely kick-ass!
Not long ago, Lollipop Geek had the pleasure of visiting the House of Illustration in London for their exhibition “Comix Creatrix: 100 Women Making Comics”. In this post, we are bringing the exhibition to you and showcasing some of our favourite artists on show. We hope you enjoy them as much as we did.
The exhibition is running until May 15th, so please catch it if you happen to be in London. You can find more information and tickets on the House of Illustration website.
Soppy – Philippa Rice
You may have seen Philippa’s gorgeous illustrations of love floating around on the internet for a while. If you have any need to express love, this should be your first stop.
You can see more of Philippa’s work on her website here.
To celebrate the announcement of Pokémon Sun & Moon, AND Pokémon’s 20th anniversary this weekend, we are showcasing our favourite Pokémon artists and their work! If you love Pokémon, or just want to see some pretty epic pieces of art, follow these guys on Instagram.
Risu-chuu is one of my favourite artists on Instagram. She’s so happy, lovely and you can really tell she has a passion for Pokémon and all things geeky. This drawing of Entei is one of my firm favourites of hers.
Day 4 of the 12 Days of Geekmas! Today we will be moving into the home and seeing what nerdy gadgets and fashionable items you can pick up for your bedroom.
Gadgets & Decor
No geeky bedroom would be complete without a few cheeky gadgets and beautiful nerdy decor! Grab yourselves a few of these beauties to geek up your hideaway.
This snazzy Cube Clock from Firebox will put a shine on any room. Comes in shiny aluminium, classy black or woody walnut and is priced at £29.99.
Any Star Wars fan would be in awe playing the Imperial March from these beauties! The Millenium Falcon as a bluetooth speaker, from Firebox at £49.99. Other models are also available!
The last weekend of November saw the east of London light up with Japanese culture. From sake to anime, maid cafes to obscure games, you could find anything to happily fulfil any geeky taste at this wonderful event in the Tobacco Docks. The spirit of Christmas was truly alive as you wandered through the stalls. There were workshops creating Japanese art, and shows on the stage featuring Japanese music artists and fashion icons. Here are a few of the stalls we enjoyed the most!