The Prehistoric Worlds of Julius Csotonyi
Paleontology is a kind of time travel. It isn’t quite as fast as Emmett Brown’s DeLorean or as swanky as the TARDIS, but standing on the vestiges of ancient environments, picking out remnants of prehistoric life, nevertheless allows us to see through the ages. Bit by bit, all those geological and biological pieces come together to let us trace images of what life was like during the distant past, and artist Julius Csotonyi is exceptionally talented at visualizing what lies at the intersection of science and speculation.
If you even have a passing interest in prehistoric life, you’re already familiar with Csotonyi’s art. He’s created detailed murals for museums around North America, contributed some of his work to