back to the future

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Would you like to relive the best parts of your childhood and teenage years? Etsy store Von Trash Jewelry will help you travel back in time with their colorful retro necklace designs. Their big pendants feature logos from shows such as Saved By the Bell and The Mighty Morphin Power Rangers and from companies such as Nickelodeon and Walt Disney. They scream nostalgia.

Each pendant is made by hand with a saw and a drill, and they’re made to order. Turnaround time is 1-3 business days.

Check out more of the necklaces after the break.

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twin pines mall tee 1

You never know what you’ll find at the Twin Pines Mall. Socks, appliances, a DeLorean. I wish I’d have a similar experience to Marty McFly’s in Back to the Future when I go to the mall, but no, I only get Cinnabon. This t-shirt is a fun nod to the film, and like most of Last Exit to Nowhere’s designs, it’s subtle. If anyone gets the reference, he or she deserves a high five.

See a close-up of the design after the break.

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couture hellboy

Haute couture cosplay designs are on the rise, and there are plenty of talented artists stepping up with fashionable sketches. Sara Richard is one of them, and she’s just launched a new project called HautePopC. She’s combining her love of fashion, character design and cosplay to come up with some creative concepts that I hope cosplayers will make a reality. So far she’s drafted sexy looks for Hellboy, Abe Sapien, Marty and Doc Brown, and even Ray Arnold – you know, Sam Jackson’s character in Jurassic Park.

I love her style, and I can’t wait to see what she comes up with next!

See more sketches after the break.

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I'm your density t-shirt

We could argue all day about the best quotes in Back to the Future, but I think one would rise to the top five every time. Who doesn’t adore the moment when George McFly says, “I’m your density. I mean, your destiny.” Let’s just stick with density, shall we? This t-shirt is a perfect way to show your love for the quote and movie.

Product Page ($12 via Shirtoid)

bttf power laces

Marty McFly’s Air Mags are pretty much some of the coolest sneakers in film history. They look stylish and have more bells and whistles than most footwear. Of course, the most awesome extra feature of the Back to the Future shoes was the power laces. And guess what? Nike designer Tinker Hatfield says they’re happening in 2015 (the same year as the shoes in the movie). For real.

Hatfield was asked about the power laces during an appearance at the Jordan Brand’s Flight Lab. Sole Collector reports:

“Are we gonna see power laces in 2015? To that, I say YES!” said Hatfield.

Yes, it is amazing news. Hatfield didn’t state which specific kind of shoe the power laces will appear on, but come on – it’s power laces.

(Sole Collector via Gizmodo)

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This costume t-shirt looks just like the jacket Marty McFly wore when he traveled to the year 2015 in Back to the Future. The only difference is the little logo on the pocket and that this one won’t automatically resize to be a perfect fit.

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marty mcfly costume tee

If you’ve ever considered dressing like Back to the Future’s Marty McFly but didn’t want to track down the puffy red vest, you’re saved! You can go the ultra easy route and just buy a costume t-shirt – it’s almost time for Halloween after all. The t-shirt matches Marty’s clothes and all you have to do to sell it is add a hoverboard. Bonus points if you can find a DeLorean.

Check out the back of the shirt after the break.

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time traveling shirt

We’re all time travelers—we just do it one second at a time. Speaking of time, this shirt is only going to be on sale through today, so jump on it while you can (because we still haven’t figured out that whole traveling to the past thing).

Product Page ($12)

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As you probably recall, several members of the Back To The Future cast had to don lots of makeup to look older for the “present” ’80s portion of the movie. Reddit user Native-New-Yawkah posted the above comparison of what the actors looked like with the “aging” movie makeup to make them look 30 years older versus what they actually look like having genuinely aged around 30 years since the movie was made.

All-in-all, it looks like the makeup people were pretty accurate.

Ok, Science Fiction Theater is on tonight so I have to go now. Going to skip the Enchantment Under the Sea Dance to watch it. I have my priorities, thank you.

(via Reddit)

great scott bttf tattoo

Save the clock tower, Doc!

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(Jim Sylvia via HWT)