Jurassic Park is celebrating its 25th anniversary this year. With Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom opening in theaters on Friday, Mondo is celebrating with a new poster release from the film that started it all. The new poster features the dig from the beginning of the film, with Alan Grant and Ellie Sattler digginf up a raptor fossil, long before they could have ever imagined they would meet one (or three) face to face. The poster features wonderful art by Claire Hummel. It is limited to 300 pieces and will cost you $45. It will go up for order sometime today. Be sure to follow Mondo on Twitter so you know when it goes live, that is where they post it first.
Check out the poster below, and all of the details and links you need to bring this one home!
It’s dinosaur week here at Mondo as we celebrate the opening of the latest chapter in the iconic JURASSIC PARK franchise!
In addition to Michael Giacchino’s excellent soundtrack for the new film, we’ll have a gorgeous new poster by Claire Hummel for the one that started it all – JURASSIC PARK! Steven Spielberg’s seminal classic is a film that truly stands the test of time, inspiring as much magic, awe and wonder today as it did 25 years ago. Claire’s approach, choosing to focus on man’s meddling with science, is incredibly smart and one of our favorite posters for the film yet. We couldn’t be more proud of how this one turned out.
JURASSIC WORLD: FALLEN KINGDOM opens in theaters this Friday. The film is a big dose of summer fun and we definitely encourage getting out to see it big and loud. This poster will be available Wednesday (6/20) at NOON (CT) via mondotees.com.
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