Daniel Arsham: Relics of Kanto Through Time
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American artist Daniel Arsham has teamed up with Pokémon for an exhibition at the Parco Museum Tokyo following his Pokémon showcase at Nanzuka. Recently, Arsham also released a limited-edition Uniqlo T-shirt collection, giving fans a sneak peek at what's in-store.
Titled 'Relics of Kanto Through Time', the exhibition features Pokémon characters in Arsham's signature fossilised, decaying style which he has coined as 'Fictional Archaeology'. You'll recognise Pikachu, Charmander, Squirtle, Snorlax, Eevee and more in this collection that depicts the world of the 'Pokémon Red' and 'Pokémon Blue' video games in the year 3020.
Aside from the gallery space, you'll find a two-metre-tall bronze Pikachu statue on the first floor of Shibuya Parco during the exhibition. Limited-edition Pokémon goods will also be available at the 2G store inside the mall including a special Crystalized Pikachu sculpture, bags, posters, stickers and more.