This has been shared elsewhere before, when it was drawn back in 2012. It has since gained a mild popularity among my palaeo friends and has curiously become one of my best-selling prints. I suppose dinosaur puns are the most enjoyable.
On the subject of prints, I was actually reminded to post this by the fact that two of my friends have each coincidentally bought a tote bag of this design from my Redbubble store around the same time.
Of course, if you would prefer it in a different form, it is also available as prints, cards, and throw pillows…
A pirate Saltasaurus, as prompted by this post on Love in the Time of Chasmosaurs by my friend, Marc. The idea of the many swords stuck in the sash was shamelessly purloined from an illustration by Andrej Dugin and Olga Dugina, two of my favourite contemporary illustrators, though the hilts of archosaur heads are an attempt at my own personal touch.
Brown ink and gouache on recycled paper, 111 x 162mm.
The palaeontologically informed among the readers won’t need any explanation, but this silliness was prompted by the recent re-surfacing of the ‘Triceratops didn’t exist’ issue. Triceratops isn’t going anywhere.