Entries in t-rex (15)
Have you some dino lust? SAME. Check out this awesome 1/8 scale tyrannosaurus rex replica made by Galileo Hernandez Nunez of geenemodels.com. He has been sculpting dinos and aliens since he was knee-high to a grasshopper down in good ole' mexico city. Solid hobby buddy.
How badass is this. It must've been awesome having a massive real life tyrannosaurus rex invade your wedding, rip your entire wedding party to meaty little bits, all while the groom lays on the ground with the most enormous erection the world has ever seen. JUST like my wedding.
Best wedding photo ever by rikki.
Thanks go to Jonathan who loves dinos as much as I love meaty dino attacks.
Fancy yourself a dinosaur hunter? How about a dino fan #1? Well, check out this awesomely realistic tyrannosaurus rex custom trophy head mount by Galileo Hernandez and professionally painted by manusaurio. Galileo has been making these badass dino models that range in sizes from tabletop to full dino size sculptures.
Read on to see MORE.
The Palmer Coolum Resort down-under in Australia just got UPGRADED to the Jurassic with the new addition of this 26 foot tall mechanical Tyrannosaurus Rex that now stand between the 10th tee and 9th green. When a golfer approaches the dino, it whips is tail and roars at them like the freakin' King that he is.
"The T-rex is nicknamed "Jeff" and is activated by movement. Golfers playing social rounds recently have taken "dinosaur mulligans" when the roar occurs during a backswing on the 10th tee."
Now this is one cretaceously awesome metal "tyrant lizard" dinosaur by artist Andrew Chase. It was hand-sculpted "...primarily out of recycled transmission parts, conduit, plumbing pipe and unidentifiable widgets found in industrial salvage yards." All welded together into a burly prehistoric beast.
The tyrannosaurus rex you see here is about 6 feet long and stands an impressive 2 feet high giving it an overall weight of 40 pounds of badass. Read on to see it in it's full glory.
Pittsburgh, PA has been selected as Christopher Nolan's next filming location for 'The Dark Knight Rises' and in celebration the Art Institute of Pittsburgh decided to dress up their beloved tyrannosaurus rex statue as Batman. Makes perfect sense! I think.