For their 20th anniversary, Pikachu and the gang get a low-poly look

3D Hubs, the online 3D printing service platform that operates a network of printers with over 20,000 locations in over 150 countries, has teamed up with designer Agustin Flowalistik to help celebrate the 20th anniversary of Pokémon. The hit franchise launched with video games by Nintendo, and has expanded with sequels, TV shows, films, trading card games and merchandise.

In honor of two decades with Pikachu and the gang, Flowalistik's Low Poly Pokémon collection launched on 3D Hubs to make printing them easy. This project was nominated in the Artist of the Year category in 2014 at the London 3D Print Show. It features one-color graphical renderings of select Pokémon found in the games, a style that enables 3D printers to create high-quality figures. You can get your hands on the fan-favorite Pikachu, along with the starters from the first and second generations.

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