The Tama University of Art located in Japan has opened an exhibition whose theme is Pokémon. This exhibition, titled “Think with Pokémon: Art and Environmental Education”is focused on the creation of art with recycled materials and will take place from March 26 to April 8, 2023 in the Roppongi area (Tokyo), with free admission.
The Pokémon art exhibition will focus on the theme of “learning through Pokémon, the sensitivity and creativity that art and environmental education nurtures.” The work of these students from Tama Art University specializes in Product Design. This time we can see 20 pokemon sculptures made entirely from recycled materials, including Pikachu, Charizard, Ho-Oh, and Shinx.
The exhibition will also have, from April 1, a taller Aimed at primary school students and their tutors in which they can create their own Poke Balls with recycled materials.
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