September 14, 2012 | 6
I’ve seen a lot of shades of blue in Craig Dylke’s artwork over the last few years – the powerful blues in this piece just make this moment of action, frozen in time leap out at the viewer. An admitted mosasaur-fan, Craig explores ancient oceans and forests in his 3D images, and here shows us a rare moment handled with a rare quiet artistry.
A Rare Marine Treat by Craig Dylke
2012, 3D Digital
You can read more about this image and the research behind it here.
Traumador the Tyrannosaur – currently on hiatus, this family-friendly blog features the photo-manipulations, art and story of a diminutive t-rex in today’s world.
ART Evolved – the lively group paleo-art blog founded by Craig Dylke and Peter Bond.
Every day in September, we’re bringing you new science-art of the day. How would these images be useful for science communication? STEAM education? Enticing people to learn more about science? Do they inspire you or frustrate you? Let us know below!
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