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Mondo Amazes Again with JURASSIC PARK Gallery Show

Mondo Amazes Again with JURASSIC PARK Gallery Show

Over the last three years, the walls of our household have been slowly covered with artwork provided by Mondo. From Avengers to Man of Steel, we’ve framed quite a bit of their high-quality prints. One year at Comic-Con we stayed up until 3 in the morning running around San Diego on a scavenger hunt to acquire a Dark Knight Trilogy print. They are THAT good.

Well, Mondo has done it again. On June 12 in Austin TX, they are hosting another of their famous gallery shows, this time focusing on the Spielberg classic Jurassic Park.

The gallery will open in conjunction with the release of Legendary Pictures’ Jurassic World. There will be an opening reception from 7-10 pm, and the gallery will run through June 27th.

You can check out a sample of the great art that will be on display in the gallery below. As you can see, it ranges from the super cute to the super abstract to the super detailed. Regardless of your artistic tastes, if you are a fan of the movie, there will be something here for you.

The Mondo gallery is located at 4115 Guadalupe St. in Austin. You can find out more about all of Mondo’s events and previous gallery shows at their website, here.

Which one is you favorite? Do you also believe Samuel L. Jackson as Ray Arnold deserved his own artwork? I mean, it’s not HIS fault they needed Dennis Nedry to get Jurassic Park back online. Let me know on Twitter or in the comments below.

​(Editor’s note: Nerdist Industries is a subsidiary of Legendary Digital Networks.)

H/T: SlashFilm

IMAGE: Business Insider

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