What do hipsters, dinosaurs, and Bill Murray have in common? They all play important roles in Jurassic Park Slope.

Photo by Caitlin Burns

What do hipsters, dinosaurs, and Bill Murray have in common? They all play important roles in Jurassic Park Slope.

One of the latest fascinating side projects of transmedia experts Caitlin Burns and Steele Filipek, Jurassic Park Slope is “an interactive transmedia experience that combines an smart phone application portal with film, social media components, narrative blogs, location based unlockable material, and live events.”

Thus far, Jurassic Park Slope can be attributed with amusing tweets, shares, posts, offline meetings, and even the plastering of Williamsburg with fliers entreating Bill Murray to accept a role in the Jurassic Park Slope movie (not to mention a blog and phone line dedicated to the task). Confused? Don’t be. Caitlin Burns was kind enough to sit down with us and break it down:

UP YOUR QUOTA FOR JUST $15 A MONTH
PSFK’s Premium Subscription provides access to a database of over 100,000 articles featuring new ideas, interviews, analysis and opinion on the latest innovation in brand, customer and retail experience.
Already a subscriber? Log in
(powered by Wallkit)