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The Dinosaurs of Crystal Palace Enamel Pin Collection

A project in London, UK by Joseph Fells

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Four soft enamel pin badges based on the iconic Victorian dinosaur sculptures by Benjamin Waterhouse Hawkins.
Backers: 125
Average Pledge Per Backer: £21

Funded: £2,622 of £800
Dates: Aug 24th -> Sep 25th (33 days)
Project By: Joseph Fells
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Latest News

A little preview! And some important info...

September 21st - via:
The sticker sheets arrived today! They are available as an add-on for only £2 each. You should find the option under "manage your pledge". I especially love the little ❤️ Iggys and the tiny duck stickers! They came out so nice. Vinyl too, so... (Read More)

Ichthyosaur Spotlight

September 18th - via:
There are 3 Ichthyosaur sculptures at Crystal Palace based on different species - the largest of them is meant to be Temnodontosaurus and is located nearest the path. This is the one that inspired my enamel pin design! Photo by (Read More)

Megalosaurus Spotlight

September 12th - via:
Megalosaurus was the first dinosaur to be scientifically described by William Buckland in 1824, 18 years before Richard Owen even coined the word “dinosaur”. Unsurprisingly, this sculpture was also based on limited fossil remains at the time.... (Read More)

Hylaeosaurus Spotlight

September 5th - via:
Discovered by Gideon Mantel in 1832, Hylaeosaurus was the first armoured dinosaur to be discovered. The statue is posed with its spikey rear facing the path, its head barely visible... But the original head is actually on display for the public up... (Read More)

More goodies! Stickers, prints and t-shirts!

August 31st - via:
Since we got off to a flying start, I've added a bunch of new goodies to the Add-Ons! A6 waterproof vinyl sticker sheet - £2 A5 Art Prints featuring Iguanodon and Megalosaurus - £10 for the pair Graphic tee - choice of Iguanodon or Megaloaurus -... (Read More)

Iguanodon Spotlight

August 29th - via:
In 1822, Mary Ann Mantell found the first Iguanodon remains and it became one of the most well known dinosaurs to the Victorians, remaining popular today.  A gigantic herbivorous reptile was unheard of at the time and we can see the inspiration... (Read More)

Wow! Thank you!

August 28th - via:
I didn't imagine we would hit the goal this quick! Thank you so much everyone! I may end up putting the pins into manufacture earlier as a result - but in order to do so I will need to have a clear idea oh how many I'm going to require and can... (Read More)

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