deviantART member Brianna Garcia made these Cretacious ponies. Despite their sharp teeth and large claws, they still look sweet and friendly. Especially when you compare them to the Cthulhu ponies.
Pinkie Pie looks pumped up. Or hungry.
A diamond is forever, so how special is that? Anyone can get a diamond. You can’t destroy the things. But a dinosaur bone? That’s awesome. And it says that your love is an ancient and special thing that can only be destroyed by a worldwide calamity that wipes out an entire species.
We haven’t even had Thanksgiving yet, but since the stores are all advertising Christmas goodies that suck, I figured you would want to see something cool. This animated Stegosaurus Christmas lawn ornament goes for $140 and it is easily worth twice as much because dinosaurs and Christmas go together like Fred Flintstone and Brontosaurus burgers.
These life-sized dinosaurs are made from many carved pumpkins. They look like they are a special breed of mutant, irradiated giants. Man, I wish these bright beasts came out every year, only on Halloween night, only to disappear in the mists come morning.
Action figure modder Sillof loves to remake popular characters by casting them in the style of different eras or genres. But when the owners of the Best Western Denver Southwest hotel approached him last Spring, they wanted him to combine two popular franchises.
Flesh and blood dinosaurs must have been pretty cool, but they are nothing compared to metal dinosaurs. Metal dinosaurs would just tear them up and spit them out. Like this awesome T-Rex sculpture made from scrap metal.
You don’t need the folks from Jurassic Park to bring dinosaurs back to life. You just need Scott Dow of the Animalistic Chainsaw Carving Studio in Corry, Pennsylvania. He brought this one to life. And not with a petri dish and a beaker either.
I’m really looking forward to seeing Star Trek: Into Darkness when it comes out this week. I’ve even got tickets to the Wednesday night IMAX advance screening. That said, there’s still nothing quite like The Original Series.
Do you have hundreds of balloons lying around and a lung capacity that needs to be put to the ultimate test? If so, you can do what Larry Moss’s Airigami team did and assemble a huge-ass balloon dinosaur.
While some of you are out thinking of April Fools’ pranks to pull off, 9-year old Daisy Morris just had a newly discovered prehistoric flying reptile named after her. The pterosaur is called Vertidraco daisymorrisae, and Daisy is what we call a winner at life.
Redditor Sarcasticonomist says that his family has a lawn dinosaur named Dug. They dress him up according to the season, and he even has his own Facebook page. I can only assume that the owners of the home are named Fred and Wilma.
I love bacon. And dinosaurs are pretty cool too. So what’s not to like about a dinosaur made from bacon? Absolutely nothing, I say. Though I do find it ironic that this meaty monster thrives on vegetation for its sustenance.
Everyone is baking cookies for the holidays, but the cool kids are baking these 3D dinosaur cookies, using these cookie cutters from Suck UK that allow you to create dinosaur body parts that you can assemble into 3D dinosaur cookies.
Horses are beautiful and majestic creatures. Armored limousines are stately and practical vehicles. But I think we can all agree that the only mode of transportation worthy of a great man is a dinosaur. Behold: