By now, you’ve probably avoided running over multiple Pokémon Go players as they traverse parking lots, alleyways and continents searching out Pokémon, Poké Stops and Poké Gyms. Outside of making a blue, red or yellow outfit to match the team you chose at level 5 (someone just told us that’s what happens, promise), you’ve not properly covered your dashboard, backpack or visor with your favorite Pokémon. We’ve got the solution.

Agustin Flowalistik, a master of low-poly model making, has created a set of low-poly Pokémon creatures. He started with creating six as a challenge to transform the game graphics into a 3D model.

Later, in a collaboration with 3D Hubs to celebrate the Pokémon 20th Anniversary, he added three more. He ended up being nominated as ‘Artist of the Year’ at the 2014 London 3D Print Show for creating these little suckas, and now has them out available for anyone to download and print.

So, like Michael Brum, who’s printing these and leaving them at Poké places around his town, you can print your own Pokémon and leave them laying about. (How thoughtful!)

You can CATCH THEM ALL on 3D Hubs.

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