Pokemon fans can enjoy the wonderful and varied artwork of the Pokémon Trading Card Game: Online Illustration Exhibition from August 10 through October 22.
You can enjoy viewing Pokemon card illustrations from anywhere, for free, at any time, by using your web browser to access the exhibition, which is available twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week.
10 languages will be supported:
Japanese, English, French, Italian, German, Spanish, Korean, Traditional Chinese, Thai, Indonesian
Fans can explore the exhibition's three main themes, which are Life, History, and Artist. As the name suggests, Life offers a glimpse into the environments and daily activities of Pokémon, History charts the development of the Pokémon TCG pictures since their inception in 1996, and Artist demonstrates the various methods used by artists to capture a single Pokémon.
Want to see the artwork up close? To see details you may have missed in the past, select the card that piques your curiosity. Additionally, the show includes remarks from the designers who made each artwork on display so that viewers can better understand what the artist was thinking when they created the card. It's a unique and fascinating opportunity to learn more about the amazing individuals who are the inspiration for the art, with 50 artists commenting on one of their illustrations. The exhibition features works by many different artists, including Megumi Mizutani and Akira Egawa.
Takumi Wada, an artist who has worked on The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild for the Nintendo Switch and Wii U, among other games, will display illustrations for Pokémon cards as part of a collaboration project for this illustration exhibition.
Three cards in total will be on view, and they will be displayed in the order listed below throughout this illustrated exhibition.
Schedule for publications:
First card - scheduled for 23 August (Tuesday)
Second card - scheduled for 7 September (Wednesday)
Third card - scheduled for 22 September (Thursday)
Fukushima Prefecture, Japan, birth year 1983.
in 2009 joined Nintendo Co. Since then, he has primarily worked as an illustrator, creating graphics for the public relations of video game software. He is now a freelance illustrator after leaving the business.
The Legend of Zelda: Skyward Sword (Wii)
The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild is a video game for the Nintendo Switch and Wii U.
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Comments from Takumi Wada
Happy 25th anniversary of the Pokémon Card, everyone! I feel a lot of pressure to draw illustrations for the long-lasting Pokémon (cards), but I am very honoured to have the opportunity to expand the life and world view of Pokémon. If my illustrations help others become more familiar with Pokémon, I'll be glad.