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Pop Pinterest: Island Aesthetics ๐Ÿ๐Ÿ–ผ

Poptropica islands each carry their own unique visual vibes โ€” and some creative Poptropicans have found a way to express that beauty through curated collections on Pinterest, the image bookmarking site! ๐Ÿ’ซ

We’ll be sharing a sampling of these artful assemblages below, from fan designers g_eese, tinyprologue, haunteddisco, and gallifreyanfairytale. (Thanks to Jumpy Knight for sharing these links.) Enjoy, and be inspired!

Let’s start with a classic for both old and new players alike: 24 Carrot. ๐Ÿฅ• From the island’s rustic fall colors, we’re loving these interpretations filled with fuzzy creatures, simple diners, and of course, sketchy corners. (Protip: Click for full size, and click the artists’ names for the full board!)

Next up is another familiar one: Mythology! โšก๏ธ While the current remastered version is missing some classic sights, at least we can recall their memories with these visions of starfish and ancient architecture.

For an island with a wide spectrum of colors, from bright playgrounds to dark woods, try Monster Carnival! ๐ŸŽก This lost island rumored to return offers sparkles of light amid something sinister…

Going further into the archives, let’s revisit the lost island of Skullduggery! ๐Ÿดโ€โ˜ ๏ธ With its bounty of sailor’s maps, treasure chests, and ship struggles, we’re in for a wild adventure at sea.

And that’s just the tip of the iceberg! You can view tons more Poptropica inspired Pinterest boards by clicking on the artists’ names above, including throwbacks to many more classic islands.

Enjoyed this post? Check out our post on Poptropica mood boards inspired by NPCs and OCs! Or take a stroll through our Pop Places IRL series, where we pair island locations with their real-life roots. So much to see โ€” soak it all in and find the ones you vibe with!

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3 thoughts on “Pop Pinterest: Island Aesthetics ๐Ÿ๐Ÿ–ผ”

  1. IT’S HERE!!!! SECRET OF THE JADE SCARAB IS FINALLY HERE! WOOHOOOOOO!!!!!!

  2. I found the credit to the creator, in the museum, the scarab exhibit mentions Professor L. Girlpower

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