About the project

I’m André Pinho, a brazilian architect, art director, big Pokémon lover and the creator of the “Pokémon Paper Cities”, a papercraft project that aims to create printable versions of all Kanto cities, from the first generation of Pokémon games – and hopefully of the other regions too, to be honest.

This is a personal Project, it’s going to take time and it’s going to take a lot of work, I know. But I’m making it available for free with all the instructions and ready to print in diferente sheet sizes. FOR FREE!

If you want to keep an eye on the Project and keep up with all posts and news, you can follow me on Instagram (@pokecities), Twitter (@pokecities) or Facebook (PokéCities). And if you really like what’s happening here and want to support me, you can find me on Patreon and get access to a bunch of exclusive contents.


Do you wanna know how things are going to work?
Here are some answers:

  How often are you going to post them? 
If everything goes well, i’m going to post tem monthly.

  What will be the sequence? 
I’m following the game script: Pallet, Viridian, Pewter, Cerulean, Vermilion, Lavender, Celadon, Fuchsia, Saffron and Cinnabar.

  Are you going to create other stuff? Or just the cities? 
Only Kanto cities for now and, if everything goes well, the other regions too. I’m creating some other stuff (related to the cities) for my Patreon suporters.

  Are the downloads available for free? For real? 
Yes, they are! You just have to print them and follow the instructions.

  I want this Project to succeed and I really want to help you. What can I do? 
It’s very important for me to make this project big and make it known, so I can create more and more free stuff. You’ll help me A LOT if you follow me on my social media accounts (InstagramTwitterFacebook), help me sharing thing, give me some feedback and stuff like that! If you want to go a little further, you can support me on Patreon and get access to a bunch of exclusive downloads (more papercrat, posters, wallpapers and more things related to Kanto cities). And if you just wanna chat, know a little more os give me some suggestion, you just need to get in touch.

  Why should I support you on Patreon? 
I’m a big Pokémon fan and I genuinely want to share this project with other fans for free, despite of all time and work it is going to take. So I found on Patreon a way to get some financial help and give back some nice things to my supporters. The more support I have, more free stuff I can create, you know?