It all started with Mogens Trolle chairing the important, traditional Danish event Wine and Science … this year inside a much more massive auditorium (250 people at the Christian Hansen Auditorium). “The True Looks of Dinosaurs” event would be shared … Continue reading
Posted in Dinosaur Familier, Natural History Museum of Denmark, Uncategorized
Tagged Anders Drud, Christopher Ries, Dinosaur Familier, Gondwana Studios, hadrosaur, Jakob Vinther, Mogens Trolle, Oviraptor, Protoceratops, Psittacosaurus, Sinosauropteryx, tarbosaurus, Wine And Science
About twenty years ago I was collaborating with the famous Kaiyodo label from Japan, trying to promote their wonderful models here in London. They were so advanced for their time that I really wanted to have them all and customise … Continue reading
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Peter Norton from Gondwana Studios has been around to take down the Hatching The Past exhibition from the Horniman Museum (an unprecedented success!). Looking forward to see it in Cardiff next! We have also continued our task to finish off … Continue reading
The new exhibition Dinosaur rEvolution is getting ready… and part of it will be revised and revamped artwork like this almost 20-year-old piece that is still valid to this day… only I had to add more information to it. Protoceratops and … Continue reading
A virtual tour of the gallery as it stands now… you have to be there to really enjoy it. Awesome!
Looks like paradise isn’t it? Well it seems that every picture I took in Asturias could be made a tourist postcard!Now imagine that in the middle of all this beauty, you, an obvious palaeontolgy buff had the opportunity to visit … Continue reading
Posted in ceratopsians, Dinosaurs, Museum Displays, oviraptorosaurs, Theropods, tyrannosaurs, Uncategorized
Tagged Argentinosaurus, Asturias, Colunga, Dinosaur Footprints, Gigantoraptor, Gondwana Studios, Hatching The Past, José Carlos García-Ramos, Mark Hallett, Museo del Jurásico(MUJA), Oviraptor, Protoceratops, tarbosaurus, Tyrannosaurus rex