The T-Rex Roars on Ken Taylor's Mondo Poster for 'Jurassic Park'

January 2, 2013
Source: SlashFilm

Jurassic Park

With Steven Spielberg's modern classic Jurassic Park heading back to theaters in 3D this spring, what better time than now for Mondo to kick off 2013 with a poster commemorating the adventure 65 million years in the making. The first trailer for the 3D re-release hyped the movie we all love and even the poster was a cool throwback to the iconic entrance to the park. Now Ken Taylor's illustrated poster gives the deafening Tyrannosaurus Rex the spotlight. However, I have to nitpick and say that this image seems weird as it shows the jeep at the bottom of the tree after Grant and the kids escape the hungry dinosaur. Oh, well.

Here's Ken Taylor's Mondo poster for Jurassic Park via SlashFilm:

Jurassic Park - Ken Taylor's Mondo Poster

The poster is a screen print that measures 24″x36″. The regular version (seen above) is an edition of 475 and costs $50. Meanwhile, the variant (which you can check out right here) is an edition of 225 and costs $75. As always, follow @MondoNews on Twitter for the random sale time on Thursday, January 3rd.

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  • Paul K
    Pretty nice, even though that T-Rex actually looks like he's 65 million years old 😀
  • Baron the Curse
    Doesn't really capture the mood of Jurassic Park.
  • quazimoto
    Can I rant about how exploitative Hollywood is being with 3D right now? I thought it was just Disney/Pixar trying to rip people off with re-releasings in 3D but now we're getting "treated" to more? I don't hate 3D, I'm just tired of the money grabs big studios are trying to use it for. If they want my $$$'s give me something creative and sqeakin' new!
  • The JPG
    Did you notice the Barbasol can on the bottom left of the poster?




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