Paleo-Art, Anyone?: A Gift for One Lucky Donor

Lab Note #6
Feb 27, 2015

As many of you may know, Jason Poole is an integral part of the Bighorn Basin Dinosaur Project. Among his many talents and areas of expertise is paleo-art, which has been featured in National Geographic, numerous scientific papers (just a few highlights here, here, and here), and in many other venues. Check out his blog: Dino Scribbles. Among his many wonderful attributes, is his ever present generosity.

With that in mind, we wanted to make an announcement of a new giveaway! Jason has offered to donate one of his best works (see below) to the Bighorn Basin Dinosaur Project, with the intention of giving it to one lucky donor. Once the campaign is over on March 12, we will randomly select one of our generous donors as the winner of this amazing, original, work of art (acrylic on canvas. We'll even ship it to them free of charge! Each donation of at least $10 makes you eligible. For those of you who have increased your donation, we'll count each increase as a separate donation.

The illustration is a perfect one for the BBDP - the scene and all of its characters could have been pulled straight from our field area during the Late Cretaceous Period. We often find the fossilized remains of each of the critters you see there.

If you're hoping to win, you'd better clear some space on your wall! It is about 4' long.

Again, thank you all so much for your support!

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