Kickstarter To Scare Kids with Pokemon Anatomy

Kickstarter To Scare Kids with Pokemon Anatomy

Have you ever thought what Pokemon looks like on the inside? Yeah, most people haven’t either. Regardless, a Kickstarter campaign has a unique idea. The result is an amazing art project that shows and explores the original 150 pocket monsters in a massive illustrated book that’s guaranteed to scare kids.

KICKSTARTER SHOWS A DIFFERENT SIDE OF POKEMON

Kickstarter project ‘PokeNatomy” is an anatomical art project. An unofficial one at that. In PokeNatonomy, you can see Pokemon through the eyes of biology. For the first time ever, fans can see the inside of their favorite creatures in a high-quality, unofficial guidebook. It’s both fun and helpful for those looking to see the inside of these little creatures.

KICKSTARTER BOOK NOT JUST FOR POKEMON FANS

Whether you’re Pokemon addict or not, odds are you’ll find something to appreciate in this Kickstarter book. Art lovers will love the thick, high-quality photo paper that makes a perfect coffee table centerpiece. In addition, anyone passionate about anatomy will be in their element here. Of course, fans of the popular pocket creatures will love this unofficial guide as it opens up a whole new world to them.

IS KICKSTARTER POKEMON BOOK TOO SCARY?

Do kids need to see the muscles and bones of their favorite video game characters? Well, that’s debatable. However, what’s not debatable is that some of them will definitely be scared. While the pictures aren’t really that gruesome or anything, it reveals the monsters for what they are. Living, breathing organisms. They aren’t just cute, cuddly creatures. Perhaps now, children will have an existential conversation with themselves. Now, these cute things have the gift of life. Hence, kids will ask the pressing questions like “why am I alive?” and “what is my purpose?”. What started out as a fun art project could turn into this generation’s Friedrich Nietzsche manifesto. Either that or it might just make kids cry.

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