Jurassic World was one of those silly summer popcorn flicks, loaded with destruction, dinosaurs, and cheesy dialogue. In other words, I loved it. One of the highlights of the movie was the giant dinosaur with the silly name – the Indominus Rex.
In Myanmar, they have a mine where the haul out all sorts of amber with ancient bugs and plants trapped inside. These mined amber chunks apparently end up in a bazaar where they are sold to be used in jewelry.
They have this really cool go kart race track near my house, and I think it would be the perfect thing to buy this lounger and then go racing there. You could also use this Yoshi Lounger as a super simple Halloween costume.
It has a hood with the required orange dinosaur ridges on the back and a red and white saddle printed on the back.
This is the dinosaur ladle. It is the next logical step in the evolution of the Nessie ladle. It will stir, ladle, pour, and stand on it’s own when you aren’t using it. Basically it is all kinds of dino-mite!
You can never have too many novelty ladles in your kitchen.
If you think that you can sleep with a T-Rex by your head, check out this cool headboard from PoshTots. It is bound to terrify adults and kids alike. Especially kids.
Your dreams will be nothing but dinosaurs chewing on you and swallowing you whole.
The annual E3 trade show in Los Angeles is always full of surprises. It is one of the biggest events of the year for the games industry. It’s a great way to check out upcoming titles and find out what developers are working on.
Check out this cool T.Rex night light from lampUp. This guy will keep you safe while you sleep, looking like a dinosaur that has returned as a Jedi ghost. Don’t discount him due to his stubby and tiny arms.
Check out this video of a T.Rex attacking the American Ninja Warrior obstacle course, proving that there is nothing that mighty Rex can’t do. He’s not going to let his tiny arms stop him. You can do it Rexxy, now get in there and fight.
Even though geeky hobbies are increasingly going digital or electronic, the action figure and scale model market has remained strong. You know what’s even more enduring? Our love for dinosaurs. But veteran toy designer and sculptor David Silva has yet to find a winning combination of the two, so he wants to fill the void himself.
In 2008, after making toys for the likes of McFarlane Toys, Hasbro and NECA, David began sculpting dinosaur figures under the company Creative Beast.
The folks at Dinosaur Egg Farm want to raise awareness for wildlife preservation groups while making a bit of money for themselves as well. And what better way to remind us that life is precious than with stillborn dino plushies?
We’ve seen Pokéball soaps and bath bombs with toys hidden inside them. Firebox came up with a similar gimmick, but with a candle and an actual, albeit, extinct animal.
The Hatching Dinosaur Candle measures about 5.5″x
Imagine cruising down the street on the bones of an ancient giant, like a victorious conqueror. Well, if you are in Portland, Oregon you can buy this awesome T.Rex tricycle and ride it all over the city.
LEGO already has an official – albeit virtual – take on Jurassic World‘s Indominus Rex, but this concept by LEGO Ideas member senteosan is a better representation of the the spiky and bony hybrid dinosaur.
Senteosan’s concept is made of about 700 bricks, including the base.
With the massive success of Jurassic World, prehistoric creatures are once again the talk of dinnertime conversations around the globe. While you could just settle for some CGI dinosaurs and velociraptors, why not go for the real thing?