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A special Jurassic World poster, which was unveiled online on Tuesday will be available in very limited numbers at the upcoming San Diego Comic Con.
Director Colin Trevorrow took to Twitter to show off the artwork, only noting that it would be "available at SDCC to a resourceful few."
The poster shows a raptor standing on top of a rusted and ruined Jurassic World vehicle, which is lacking tires and is covered in weeds. The raptor is staring ominously towards the viewer, while a helicopter carrying another vehicle can be seen in the background.
The artwork poster was created by Mark Englert, who had a bit more details to share on his blog. He revealed that the poster is 24x36 and there will only be 500 available at SDCC.
The artist said that for those attending the upcoming convention, they would be wise to follow the official Jurassic World Twitter and Instagram accounts on top of texting 'JURASSIC' to 834567.
Englert noted that 100 copies of a variant will also be available online at some point and the original art will eventually go up for charity auction.
Universal Pictures reached out to Englert about doing a teaser poster and he was willing to do it after receiving some concept art so he could better picture the movie, since he usually won't draw for a film that he hasn't actually seen.
— Colin Trevorrow (@colintrevorrow) July 21, 2014
image via Twitter from Colin Trevorrow
Jurassic World, which stars Chris Pratt, Vincent D'Onofrio, B.D. Wong and Bryce Dallas Howard, is set to hit theaters June 12, 2015.
top image courtesy of Peter West/ACE/INFphoto.com