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We print all our posters using Lucia Pro technology with 12 original pigment inks.
With ink droplets as small as 4 picolitres (that's 1,000,000 times smaller than a raindrop) our posters are of the highest possible quality.
Our latest generation wide format printers provide unparalleled colour reproduction and incredible durability, even over 100 years.
- Posters sold without frame . You will find the frames here
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"Dinosaurs for children" posters were created to promote knowledge about dinosaurs among children by showing different species of dinosaurs in an interesting and fun way.
This poster shows Velociraptor, a genus of small theropods of the Dromaeosauridae family. It was a bipedal predator inhabiting what is now Mongolia at the end of the Cretaceous 83 to 70 million years ago.
Velociraptor was not a large dinosaur. It was only 100 cm tall, approx. 170 cm long and 20 kg in weight. Despite its small size, it was a formidable hunter. The skull of the Velociraptor was armed with sharp teeth. The Velociraptor's hand was long and armed with three sharp claws. In terms of flexibility, the Velociraptor's hand resembled the arms of his close relatives - the birds. Velociraptor's feet were three-toed. Each of them had a sickle-shaped claw, measuring about 12 cm. Most likely, it was used to deal a fatal blow to the victim. The velociraptor's tail had a distinctive structure. Some of the appendages and supports of the tail vertebrae were extraordinarily elongated, which ensured balance when running fast, especially during sharp turns. Dromeosaurs have many skeletal features in common with birds, and like older dromeosaurs such as Sinornithosaurus and Microraptor, it had feathers.
This poster, as well as the entire series, was made especially for us by the artist Martyna Nejman.