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Check out these awesome Tim Burton style Pokemon


9:00 AM on 12.24.2012
Check out these awesome Tim Burton style Pokemon photo



I haven't been a big fan of Tim Burton's contemporary work, but I can't get enough of his old stuff. Naturally, anything involving old school Tim Burton and Pokemon has me interested: enter The Tim Burton x PKMN Project. 

Illustrator Vaughn Pinpin has brought it upon himself to creepify as many Pokemon as he can get his hands on, and I have to say, the results are deliciously terrifying.

So far Tim Burton x PKMN has 41 out of the original 151 completed, so be sure and check back for more pocket monsters as it updates! Oh yeah and it's totally nightmare fuel, so you have been warned. Merry Christmas!

Seriously, don't scroll down to Venusaur if you know what's good for you -- he's Pokemon #3 -- don't do it!

Also, Ekans.

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