Photo courtesy of Gimhae Arts and Sports Center

Photo courtesy of Gimhae Arts and Sports Center

This is another version of Dinosaur, a Korean translation of El dinosaurio (1959) by Augusto Monterroso Bonilla – one of the shortest novels in the world. The original seven-word Spanish story (“Cuando despertó, el dinosaurio todavía estaba allí.”) is translated into seven Korean words, and presented through the medium of street advertising: a set of five banner signs for the first edition, and three internally-lit inflatables for this second edition.

Photo courtesy of Gimhae Arts and Sports Center

Photo courtesy of Gimhae Arts and Sports Center

Photo courtesy of Gimhae Arts and Sports Center

Photo courtesy of Gimhae Arts and Sports Center

Photo courtesy of Gimhae Arts and Sports Center

Photo courtesy of Gimhae Arts and Sports Center

Photo courtesy of Gimhae Arts and Sports Center

Photo courtesy of Gimhae Arts and Sports Center

Photo courtesy of Gimhae Arts and Sports Center

Photo courtesy of Gimhae Arts and Sports Center

Photo courtesy of Gimhae Arts and Sports Center

Photo courtesy of Gimhae Arts and Sports Center

공룡, 제3판 Dinosaur, 3rd Edition