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Velociraptor (Film Universe)
There are three distinct variations of Velociraptor which were cloned by InGen, not counting sexual dimorphism seen within each individual version. However, despite the surface level variations, each sub-species remains relatively similiar in terms of physical attributes. Each species is roughly 6 feet tall…

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Transform Your Walls from Stark to Park with These Official Limited Edition ‘Jurassic Park’ Stills

Just in time for the holiday season (and let’s be honest, do we even really need a reason?), Classic Stills have released a set of high quality prints of famous Jurassic Park scenes. In total, there are eleven different stills to choose from and three options for sizes. So to answer your next question, yes, I would highly encourage you to purchase thirty-three pictures of Jurassic Park and hang them all over your home.

The available pictures depict scenes of fearsome beasts like velociraptors, T-Rex, and Dr. Ian Malcolm. You can even snag a smiling brachiosaurus!

Classic Stills is a Los Angeles and London-based publisher of rare and iconic photographs. This partnership with Universal Brand Development will be the first time stills from the movie will be available as gallery-quality art prints.

Once you pick a print, you can choose from the available 24″x30″, 16″x20″, or 11″x14″ sizes. Each picture purchased is hand-framed in black wood and comes with a certificate of authenticity. The largest size will run you $495, the second largest is $295, and the smallest is $149. But how can you even begin to put a dollar sign on dinos?

To grab one of these, you will have to be quick! These prints are only being produced in limited numbers and, as of the date of publication, some print sizes have already sold out! Hurry over to Classic Stills at the link below to sink your claws into one of these pictures before they go extinct!

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9 thoughts on “Transform Your Walls from Stark to Park with These Official Limited Edition ‘Jurassic Park’ Stills

  1. You misspelled T. rex, you satanic beasts from the deepest ranks of hell xD. Seriously though, you shorten a species name like Tyrannosaurus rex to T. rex because that’s official.

  2. How can a print like this can even be limited? Universal can print them a lot in the future, just a good photo quality, but not an artwork and overpriced. Would rather buy 400 Mattel JW toys in stead.

    1. Ben with feathered dinosaurs: “SOILED IT! SOILED IT! SOILED IT! SOILED IT!”

      Me and my thinking: “Where’s the off button on this thing?”

      Tell me if anyone got it. This comment is kinda true but I just thought of it as a joke. Same could be said for people who say feathered Dino’s are correct.

  3. Oh my word…….. Oh my lawd…….. Oh my goodness gracious gravy train why priced so high? How is that price even justified when you can simply take a still from the Blu-Ray, get it printed on nice paper and frame it with something from Walmart?

    I don’t mean to be rude as I may be missing something but damn that is ridiculous.

  4. Way too overpriced. I could go to my local Fed Ex in the USA or some place that has a canvas printer and use the same trex picture and get it on a smallish canvas for only 15 to 25 $. These are ridiculously overpriced. I will not be buying them.

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