As a reader of a video-game-focused website, I'm guessing that, at one time or another, Nintendo's delightful and endearing Pokemon have gotten under your skin. But have you ever burrowed beneath theirs?
Miles Peyton, a rather talented Fine Arts and Computer Science student, certainly has. In fact, he devoted an entire art project -- aptly titled Pokemon Bones -- to deconstructing the anatomy of our favorite pocket monsters.
Peyton took the models of all 151 original Pokemon and flayed them using a 3D modelling program. He told Kill Screen that "I wrote a script to replace the invisible bones with visible bones. After I had a visible skeleton, I’d drape the Pokémon over its bones.” The results will change your perception of Pokemon for good.