”What’s wrong, McFly? Chicken?”

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mattfrith:

Pixels? Where we’re going, we don’t need… pixels.

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geekygeekweek:

‘Toys-4-Us’ of the day!

LEGO ‘Back to the Future’ Set Confirmed For 2013

LEGO has just revealed that the Back to the Future DeLorean concept submitted to LEGO Cuusoo is going into production for all for us to buy! That’s right, the project received the necessary 10,000 supporters, and made it through the summer LEGO review process.
LEGO says the final product is still in development in coordination with Universal (who own the rights to “Back to the Future”), meaning price and availability information still haven’t been confirmed. However, it looks like LEGO is hoping to get the set ready for a “mid-2013” release.” 

geometric-splendor:

enrisantana

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geek-art:

Mike Lubrano - Delorean Taxi

Mike Lubrano designed what well may be the best cab ever. I mean, ever. Where do we go we don’t need roads…

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Geek-Art.net : Mainger - Back to the Future

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classicsofcrap:

Cat to the Future: the Adventures of Meowrti McFly 

meconviertoengeek:

Esperando por el 2015

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ROCK AND ROLL!

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Back To The Future by Salvatore Lo Medico

Check out his Kickstarter for prints. ($25 for an 18x24 poster!)

fancyskies:

Never Ending List of Amazing Movies - Back to the Future (1985)

“All right, okay, Jennifer. What if I send in the tape in and they don’t like it? What if they say I’m no good? What if they say, “Get out of here kid. You’ve got no future”? I mean, I just don’t think I can take that kind of rejection. Jesus, I’m starting to sound like my old man.”

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saikodelic:

In George we trust!, a little piece of 80s nostalgia by Eric Tan. As he explains on his blog:

“ While watching it [Back to the Future] for the 257th time, something hit me. After George McFly knocks out Biff and dances with Lorraine at the prom, a couple next to them insists that the now-popular George runs for class president. I thought to myself ‘would George actually run??’, which led to ‘if he did, what the heck would his campaign poster look like????’. And that’s where this little poster idea was born.”

The print (18” by 24”) is a signed and numbered limited edition of 200, and it will be sold at the Gallery 1988 (Los Angeles) starting this Friday, July 8th - as part of the Crazy 4 Cult exhibition.