A wild Pikachu garden appeared!

What will you do?

While you may not have a Pokeball lying around, this Pikachu orchid garden will bring you back to your Pokemon playing days. 

Michael Pybus, a British artist, conceptualized the garden as a part of his exhibit, "In 3D the Basil Never Wilts."

The name is inspired by an IKEA article about their increasing use of CGI in their catalogues– 75% of which is computer generated imagery. In this day and age, it's easy to deceive our senses because it is nearly impossible to tell the difference between a photograph of a sofa and a CGI generated image of one.

With this idea in mind, the garden will be composed entirely of IKEA furniture and soft Pikachu plush toys. 

The best part? It's also a boozy tea party. 

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And while we've never played Pokemon drunk as a kid (hopefully not anyway), we think a nice cup of spiked tea would be the perfect accompaniment to this nostalgic exhibit.  


Though the tea party will only be happening tonight, you can catch the exhibit this weekend before it's gone Sunday. Head to Castor Gallery from 6 until 8 p.m.

[Feature Image Courtesy Instagram] [via Time Out NY]