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Inventive Pokémon Photographs in Natural Environment[1] author: Jules Perron (France)
Description Jules Perron is a daytime art director based in Paris, but all the rest of his time he spent looking for Pokémon. According to Jules Perron himself, Pokemons exist not only in the virtual world, but also in the real world which is like what we are seeing right now - the most popular Pokémon monsters appear contrasted with natural settings.

Throughout the majority, Jules Perron made a series of Pokémon in the wild and considered places where the monsters might go to hide, camouflaging them in scenes that were similar in color to that of their skin; hence, he imagined what it would look like if the world were truly invaded by Pokémon -- playing on the current obsession with the franchise’s augmented reality game.



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