Tag Archives: John Hutchinson

EXTREME DINOSAURS! Pt 2.The Projects is finally available!

Took a while and even a Kickstarter campaign that couldn’t quite make it… but I decided that the Projects needed to be available both in hardback and Paperback. Self-published and somehow in control of what I wanted to convey, this … Continue reading

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The Importance of Being a Chicken in London.

Deinocheirus, eat your heart out… look at the size of this magnificent work of art! Never a theropod relative have been seen reconstructed so… big! And by children! Chicken Fest at the City of London Academy (Southwark, Southeast London) was … Continue reading

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Fossils For Africa is out… and not all are dinosaurs of course!

This little Euparkeria (revised  by John Hutchinson  and Dave Hone, both of whom I also thank here) is one of the several new illustrations featured in the new Anusuya Chinsamy-Turan  book “Fossils For Africa” that I have been advertising here for a … Continue reading

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Heterodontosaurs now and then…

This is part of an ambitious future project  with John Hutchinson that might develop in something really interesting. I showed this illustration to someone that replied “what is that weird squirrel?!”. Now, you must agree that at the level of … Continue reading

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