Some people say there are no wood Pokémon. Not true. There are woodcut Pokémon.

These Are Wood Pokémon


Friend of the site Matt Hawkins curated a recent event at New York City arts gaming showcase Babycastles featuring an artist's Pokémon woodcuts. They come from artist Maré Odomo, who used a laser cutter to make them, and will be on sale in the future for $100 a pop in the Attract Mode online shop.

The woodcuts as well as some attractive arcade cabinets were part of Hawkins' recently-concluded turn curating the Babycastles venue that runs through the end of the year in the heart of New York City. The next event, which is ongoing, features games from the Independent Games Festival. (More date/location/content info on that showing here.)

For more on Hawkins' colorful show and more of a look at the art and artists he brought together, check out his Fort90 blog post on the event. Warning: Matt puts a lot of photos in his posts. Prepare your scroll wheels.

These Are Wood Pokémon


Friend of the site Matt Hawkins curated a recent event at New York City arts gaming showcase Babycastles featuring an artist's Pokémon woodcuts. They come from artist Maré Odomo, who used a laser cutter to make them, and will be on sale in the future for $100 a pop in the Attract Mode online shop.

The woodcuts as well as some attractive arcade cabinets were part of Hawkins' recently-concluded turn curating the Babycastles venue that runs through the end of the year in the heart of New York City. The next event, which is ongoing, features games from the Independent Games Festival. (More date/location/content info on that showing here.)

For more on Hawkins' colorful show and more of a look at the art and artists he brought together, check out his Fort90 blog post on the event. Warning: Matt puts a lot of photos in his posts. Prepare your scroll wheels.

These Are Wood Pokémon


Friend of the site Matt Hawkins curated a recent event at New York City arts gaming showcase Babycastles featuring an artist's Pokémon woodcuts. They come from artist Maré Odomo, who used a laser cutter to make them, and will be on sale in the future for $100 a pop in the Attract Mode online shop.

The woodcuts as well as some attractive arcade cabinets were part of Hawkins' recently-concluded turn curating the Babycastles venue that runs through the end of the year in the heart of New York City. The next event, which is ongoing, features games from the Independent Games Festival. (More date/location/content info on that showing here.)

For more on Hawkins' colorful show and more of a look at the art and artists he brought together, check out his Fort90 blog post on the event. Warning: Matt puts a lot of photos in his posts. Prepare your scroll wheels.

These Are Wood Pokémon


Friend of the site Matt Hawkins curated a recent event at New York City arts gaming showcase Babycastles featuring an artist's Pokémon woodcuts. They come from artist Maré Odomo, who used a laser cutter to make them, and will be on sale in the future for $100 a pop in the Attract Mode online shop.

The woodcuts as well as some attractive arcade cabinets were part of Hawkins' recently-concluded turn curating the Babycastles venue that runs through the end of the year in the heart of New York City. The next event, which is ongoing, features games from the Independent Games Festival. (More date/location/content info on that showing here.)

For more on Hawkins' colorful show and more of a look at the art and artists he brought together, check out his Fort90 blog post on the event. Warning: Matt puts a lot of photos in his posts. Prepare your scroll wheels.