Back in 1997 lots of companies wanted to have their brand associated with the Jurassic Park sequel. Even a big Belgian laundry detergent brand called Dixan jumped on the hype train. Continue reading The Lost World laundry detergent
You know those limited edition Blu-Ray box sets like they did for Jurassic Park and Jurassic World and many other movies? That idea isn’t quite that new actually. Back in 1994 Universal Pictures released a special edition Jurassic Park VHS set. Continue reading Jurassic Park Deluxe VHS set
These 2 Jurassic Park souvenir cups were part of a larger set that were used at a Belgian restaurant chain called Resto-GB (now called Lunch Garden). They feature some nice artwork, likely produced for these cups. Continue reading Jurassic Park souvenir cups
I have these Jurassic Park greeting cards for a long time in my collection. I got them from a dollar store while on vacation. Continue reading Jurassic Park greeting cards
Last week while I was putting the last stickers in my Jurassic World sticker album, I suddenly remembered I never completed my The Lost World: Jurassic Park album. Apparently I was too late to order the missing stickers from Merlin back in the day because I got a letter back from the Merlin company that they no longer had any TLW stickers on stock, so they send me stickers from The Smurfs (yes really) instead…
Back in 1993 Universal was selling Jurassic Park licences like hotcakes. One of those licensees was a Dutch potato chips producer called Smiths (now part of the Lays group).
They sold dinosaur-shaped Jurassic Park potato chips. I kinda remember I didn’t really like the taste and only bought them because they were Jurassic Park branded…
Anyway, I kept one of the empty wrappers: