Friday, June 26, 2009


Sadly the catfish does not seem to have turned out.

paint the cricket


When I worked at Taylor Studios the company that made museum exhibits, they kind of had a prehistoric totem animal, it was on everything. That animal was the Dunkleosteus, a giant Devonian fish about the size of a school bus. It is notable for having the strongest jaw strength of any animal and eating funny looking sharks. There was a large mural of it in the hall, and a picture of one they had sculpted on the truck. It was in the brochure and on the website. They had a skull in the office and molds in back. I have personally cleaned lugged and organized on a shelf their silicone dunkleosteus love. I'm not sure why the obsession but Taylor studios really likes the Dunkleosteus I really think more companies need an inexplicable prehistoric totem animal.

1 comment:

  1. Hi,
    We did love the Dunk at TSI, but I didn't realize our obsession. My favorite time period is the Pliestocene, so the Dunk doesn't quite fit that. I do agree with you everyone should have a prehistoric totem animal.

    Betty Brennan
    Taylor Studios, Inc.