Bulbasaur, Ivysaur, and Venusaur 
Charmander, Charmeleon, Charizard 
Squirtle, Wartortle, Blastoise 

Mexico (2010s)


That’s right. THIS GUY LADY DRAWS POKEMON IN THE STYLE OF ANCIENT MAYAN GLYPHS. Lots more at the Design Taxi page. (I only reblogged the ones I recognise.)

Follow him her at Monarobot.tumblr.com and maybe donate to his her Patreon page here.

UPDATE: Yeah, I misgendered the artist! Should’ve known better, but I was following the Designtaxi page. :(

Oh, and according to @svartedal, those dots and lines are the Pokédex numbers, written as Mayan numerals. :)

monarobot asked:

Hey! Thanks a lot for the feature on the pokemayans, neat blog you've got. Could I perhaps bother you to edit the post slightly tho? I'm a girl! you can use female or neutral pronouns for your post if you like, but I don't want people to assume I'm male, thanks in advance!

Whoops, sorry! Fixed it.

(If any of you guys reblogged it, please fix it too!)

By the way, just curious… what do the Mayan numbers beneath the Pokémon represent?

UPDATE: @svartedal says they’re Pokédex numbers!

monarobot asked:

That comment you left on the pokemayans compilation post was lovely, thankyou so much! I'm glad progress shows!

 My pleasure! :D You keep surprising me with your new designs, they’re wicked! The amount of detail you keep proving yourself capable of is out of this world.