Juliette Bohnlein 
  What Once Was , Dan McCarthy 
 2009 
 I’ve always liked Dan McCarthy’s prints. A lot of his work is very symmetrical and balanced. When I first saw  What Once Was , I thought it wasn’t very typical of his usual dinosaur works, because he usually doesn’t leave a lot of vacant space. However, part of the poster is in glow in the dark ink. When the lights are off, the vacant space becomes occupied. 
 Interesting use of glow in the dark ink, juxtaposition between dinosaur and dinosaur skeleton.
  1. Juliette Bohnlein
  2. What Once Was, Dan McCarthy
  3. 2009
  4. I’ve always liked Dan McCarthy’s prints. A lot of his work is very symmetrical and balanced. When I first saw What Once Was, I thought it wasn’t very typical of his usual dinosaur works, because he usually doesn’t leave a lot of vacant space. However, part of the poster is in glow in the dark ink. When the lights are off, the vacant space becomes occupied.
  5. Interesting use of glow in the dark ink, juxtaposition between dinosaur and dinosaur skeleton.