I found some pictures recently that I loved too much not to post on here. First is a Jurassic Park poster from Pakistan:
US movie posters should all look like that.
I’ve gotta say, I was kinda “meh” about the trained raptors, but yet again, this fandom has taken an odd concept and made it funny/adorable. Namely, fandom artists have started making art of Chris Pratt cuddling and hanging out with his raptor squad, and it’s pretty heart-melting:
I can’t possibly emphasize enough how much I love baby dinosaurs, especially baby raptors. Heck, maybe I should change this blog’s name to “Raptor Dash’s Jurassic Nursery” and just post tiny dinos all day. (Oooh, sub-blog idea. Lemme write that down.)
And some of just raptors, Jurassic Park and Chris Pratt in general:
Next, Devianart did an exhibition/special collection/ feature thing on Jurassic World (although it’s not actually Jurassic World-centric; it’s mostly Jurassic Park and general paleontological art). My favorite part is the pictures of scenes from the first novel:
As well as Jurassic Park dinosaur art in general:
Those aren’t the only pictures; there are lots more, and they might not all be JP-related, but they’re all awesome. The exhibition is called Jurassic World: Recapture the Raptor, and you can find it here: http://techgnotic.deviantart.com/journal/Jurassic-World-Recapture-The-Raptor-496812519
Finally, I realized something today:
I’m not entirely sure what their matching implies, but they certainly match. Are these two raptors of the same strain (tamed or wild)? Is the raptor animatronic the robot for a raptor that plays a major role in the film, and is the LEGO figure a representation of that raptor? Either way, I spotted something somewhat relevant! Yay!