i collect Pokémon cards myself. I have a few outstanding cards that I’ve kept over the years, mostly from my favorite monsters or favorite sports characters. Professor’s Research card featuring my husband Professor Turo. But I’ve always been fascinated by the art of The Pokémon Company slapping a piece of cardstock and throwing it into a pack with other pieces of cardstock for kids. Also Logan Paul spend an untold amount of money on That interest continues because The Pokémon Company is collaborating with Japanese artist Yu Nagaba on a new line of Eeveelution cards, and they’re truly amazing.
If you’re not familiar with Nagaba’s work, he’s known for his minimalist style that evokes newspaper comics. collaborated with Pokémon before things like 2021 Pikachu card And Ed Sheeran’s “Celestial” music video. This new collaboration is a box set containing the art of Eevee and all its evolutions. It will be released in Japan on May 24 and costs 4800 yen (about US$36). Includes a rubber playing mat, cases for cards, and a deck box. The set is currently part of a lottery Japanese Pokémon Center site. On top of the box set, Nagaba’s art is also featured in a portfolio and card display case that will cost 1980 yen (about US$15) and 1490 yen (about US$11) respectively.
Come May 24, the Pokémon Center will include a promotional card from Eeveelutions for every 1,000 yen spent on a TCG-related purchase. This announcement will be made on May 5, and Nagaba, Pokémonand the clothing brand BEAMS. Thanks to PokéBeach for translations.
Now that I’m looking at all these Eeveelution pieces, I just want to see all my favorites in Nagaba’s style. This is the best minimalist tattoo bait. Give me Raichu, Nagaba, I will print him on my arm forever.
Let’s take a look at all the cards and items that Nagaba has prepared for the collection.