Comic-Con Exclusive 'Jurassic World' Artwork Revealed
Illustrator Mark Englert's limited edition poster will be available during this week's San Diego Comic-Con.
If previous installments of the Jurassic Park movie series have proven anything—besides, of course, “maybe cloning dinosaurs isn’t the best idea”—it’s that car insurance is probably through the roof for anyone working in the theme parks. For those wondering if the “injury to vehicle” motif will re-appear in next year’s Jurassic World, look no further than the movie’s Comic-Con-exclusive poster.
The artwork by Mark Englert was debuted on Twitter by director Colin Trevorrow, who added that the artwork would be “available at SDCC to a resourceful few.” Thankfully, Englert had a few more details to share.
The poster, he explained, is a limited edition of 500 and will be handed out during the convention. Those interested in picking one up were suggested to either text “JURASSIC” to 834567 for updates, or follow @JurassicPark on Twitter and @JurassicWorld on Instagram.
Englert shared some process pictures of the art on his site, and thanked Trevorrow and Universal Pictures for the opportunity to be involved with the project. “It turned out to be a real dream come true,” the illustrator wrote.
Jurassic World will be released June 12 2015.
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