Logan Paul Reveals His Latest Creation – An Epoxy Resin Gameboy Art Piece

Logan Paul has always expressed his love for art and music. The YouTuber-turned-boxer had numerous portraits and artwork installed in his Encino Mansion in California. Over the years, he also dabbled in creating works of art.

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From a Pokemon piece to his latest creation, a Gameboy epoxy resin artwork. Paul created an epoxy resin artwork full of GameBoys. Paul used a Pokemon metal frame for the piece.

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He started by creating a base coat of epoxy resin, then dipped 15 GameBoys in a solution, all of which were a different color. He then hung them all out to dry, placed them over the base coat, and spaced them evenly.

Then he put another layer of solution on top of it and used a torch to even out the bumps and remove any bubbles from the solution covering the GameBoys. The end result was a multicolored GameBoy masterpiece topped with a Pokémon-colored frame.

Paul gifted his latest work of art to a member of his club, The Maverick Club. He had created the coin to commemorate the 25th anniversary of Pokemon and give a fan a chance to win something personal from “The Maverick” himself.

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However, he did not reveal what he was going to do with his final piece. Let’s see what Logan Paul is up to these days.

Logan Paul spends $3.5 million on rare Pokemon cards

Logan Paul’s affection towards Pokemon is well known. The YouTuber-turned-boxer is a self-proclaimed Pokemon fan and has a Pokemon Squirtle tattoo to prove it. Paul got into Pokemon cards in 2020 when there was a boom in Pokemon cards and sports cards.

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The YouTuber entered the realm of Pokémon cards with his first-ever purchase of 7 Pokémon cards worth $50,000. Card prices and uniqueness kept going up from there. A few live Pokémon card openings later, Paul unveiled his latest purchase.

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He posted on his Twitter and Instagram, showing fans his $3.5 million purchase of 11 first edition basic Pokémon cards. According to Paul, it’s the only known one that exists and the YouTuber handed out 36 First Edition cards on Christmas Day.