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Friday, 12 March 2010

Vice / Nintendo RE: Pokémon Exhibition - Blackall Studios

Happy Fridays! The worlds of art and gameing are coming together for the launch of new Pokémon Ninetndo DS and DSi games (next up will be Dragon Ball Z I hope) and as such VICE has collaborated with Nintendo to commission seven spectacular artists to launch an exhibition of Pokémon inspired works and celebrate the release of the new games.


The RE: Pokémon exhibition will showcase the artwork from March 24th - 31st at Blackall Studios in Shoreditch, London and will open with a launch party boasting demos of Nintendo's games and consoles along with Pokémon themed food (personally I look forward to eating Pikachu) and music from a wicked DJ line-up: Filthy Dukes, Friendly Fires and Real Gold DJs.


The event is strictly open to guestlist and there is a competition to win tickets, a Nintedo DS and the two games; which are being released on March 26th (ten years after the original Nintendo Gamboy releases in Japan):

Pokemon HeartGold
Pokemon SoulSilver

The details of the exhibition are as follows:

    Dates: 25 - 31 March
    Opening Times: 10:00 - 18:00

    Blackall Studios
    73 Leonard Street
    Shoreditch
    London
    EC2A 4QS

    Tel: +44 (0) 20 7739 9551

To see the artwork (and Q&A's with each artist), find out more about the exhibition and to enter the competition please visit www.viceland.com/repokemon.

Back in the 1990's I can remember watching Pokemon, Dragon Ball Z and MTV One (with the best of UK garage) in succession after school. Ah this takes me back....

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