Ken Taylor’s Jurassic Park Poster (Artist Copies Onsale Info)

You’ll get a shot at some artist copies of Ken Taylor’s Jurassic Park poster tomorrow. It’s a 24″ x 36″ screenprint, has an AP edition of 46, and will cost $65. The variant has an AP edition of 40 and will cost $90. They go up tomorrow (Wednesday, February 6th) at 2pm Central Time. Visit Postersandtoys.com.

Ken Taylor

Ken Taylor

8 Responses to “Ken Taylor’s Jurassic Park Poster (Artist Copies Onsale Info)”

  1. Pardon my nitpicking, but branches have a tendency to taper as they extend from the trunk of a tree. Those depicted here do not. As a landscaper who spends an inordinate amount of time outside, I couldn’t help but notice. Otherwise another nice effort from Mr.Taylor.

  2. Keen eyes Murphy! I expect a mechanic may have a few things to say about the Jeep too.

  3. I’ll take one of these, thanks.

  4. Murphy,
    With all due respect. THESE ARE PREHISTORIC TREES M’FER..THAT DINOSAUR WILL EAT YOUR SKINNY PUNK ASS. KEN TAYLOR IS AWESOME!

  5. I’m so glad I visit this website… snagged one just under the wire!

  6. Hartgrove,
    Looks like I’ve ruffled your feathers. I’m not here to dispute or contest his overall artistic prowess, but I’ve noticed this in other prints as well be it prehistoric or in a more contemporary vein. It’s all in the details & the refined art of perception.

  7. Sorry there Hartgrove!
    First let me say that I’m a big fan of KT’s work but I have to say Murphy’s got a point…the way some of KT’s tree limbs undulate from thick to thin then thick again is most unnatural…it’s got nothing to do with prehistoric, more with not paying attention to perceptive detail.
    PS: You might also want to get your cap lock button looked at…seems to be stuck…

  8. I love that people are complaining because the branches don’t look 100% perfect. If you want something to look completely real, look at an unaltered photograph.

    I guess that little can of shaving cream down there looks perfectly legitimate too huh? Perhaps that’s why dinosaurs didn’t have hair?

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