Artist Replaces Jurassic Park Dinosaurs With Those From The Show Dinosaurs – Design You Trust

Artist Replaces Jurassic Park Dinosaurs With Those From The Show Dinosaurs

Since Jurassic Park has been out for over 20 years, we all know exactly what those dinosaurs look like. But what if they weren’t quite so accurate and instead looked like those lovably goofy dinosaurs from the 90s TV show, Dinosaurs?

Artist Jen Lewis took the steps neccessary to make the crossover none of us realized we needed. Personally, I just wish someone made this into a full video because that would be all too brilliant.

More info: Twitter (h/t: neatorama)

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