‘Tiny Titans: Dinosaur Eggs and Babies’ opens at Yale Peabody Museum

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This is just a little tour of the extraordinary exhibition mounted by Stone And Company  at the Yale Peabody Museum. Yes it is “Hatching The Past” but in a very special venue… DSC_0287 DSC_0261 DSC_0258 The exhibition is going to be in residence until the 30th of August and One fun thing they are doing is hatching emu chicks in the exhibit hall. There is a live webcam broadcasting the hatching that should take place around the 10th of march. DSC_0270 DSC_0283 DSC_0235 DSC_0232 DSC_0227 DSC_0224DSC_0060 DSC_0180DSC_0081

I don’t think my artwork has seen  better  settings… and all thanks to the efforts of (specially)  Florencer, Charlie and Alanna Magovern and Nicvh Regester. Recommended!DSC_0016

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2 Responses to ‘Tiny Titans: Dinosaur Eggs and Babies’ opens at Yale Peabody Museum

  1. Herman Diaz says:

    Based on these pics, this is 1 of the coolest-looking exhibitions I’ve heard of in a while. I wish I could see it in person. I just have a few questions.

    1stly, why is Hallett’s Fighting Dinos illustration used in place of yours? Besides the fact that yours is more scientifically accurate, Hallett’s sticks out like a sore thumb in an exhibition otherwise featuring your art exclusively.

    2ndly, any chance of finding out what some of the small plaques say (specifically, those under & next to the Eagle/Deinonychus & Tyrannosaurus/Triceratops illustrations, respectively)?

    Many thanks in advance.

  2. Mercè Balda says:

    Fantabulous pictures and atmosphere!

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