The Doctor Who/Back To The Future mash up can now be yours in t-shirt form. It’s pretty cute, and available in multiple colors.
I like the license plate
Ready to experiment with some electronics? MAKE has a kit for you that produces a cool watch with a big laser cut acrylic case. As one reviewer put it, this time piece is the “flux capacitor of watches”. I can definitely see the resemblance.
From the product description:
Solder:Time is an easy to solder real time watch kit with a unique laser cut acrylic casing. Four individual acrylic parts are cut to fit the internal PCB, battery and switch perfectly. Includes a velcro wrist band. After soldering the Solder:Time, the watch is built by stacking the acrylic parts with the PCB and holding it together with the included screws.
Sounds like the perfect project for a beginner. Happy soldering and time traveling!
When you and your wife or husband to be are fans of Back to the Future, there’s only one thing to do for your “save the date” invite: find a DeLorean and don some costumes.
Jarrett and Abbie tracked down the DeLorean through a site that lists owners of the popular car who are willing to rent their time travel devices out for events. Then Abbie found clothes that would fit their requirements at a local Goodwill. She decided to dress like Doc Brown, and Jarrett took on the role of her Marty McFly. They are freaking adorable.
Photos by Shift-4 Photography.
Check out more photos and the save-the-date card after the break.
Take the DeLorean for a spin in a brand new way: wear it on your skirt! The creative Go Follow Rabbits has lined up the time machine from Back to the Future on a pink background that makes the design pop. Doc Brown wishes he had pink DeLorean fabric for his lab coat.
Order now and keep in mind the turnaround time is about two weeks. Happy time travels!
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Back to the Future vs. Willy Wonka. An odd pairing but I saw it coming…because I’m from the future. Unfortunately, these shirts are $10 today only, so I completely missed the deal when I bought that BTTF shirt tomorrow.
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This mash-up between Adventure Time and Back to the Future is perfect! It’s a fun design, and I love that Beemo stands in for the flux capacitor.
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Marty McFly had incredibly cool footwear; his Nike MAGs were definitely futuristic. Nike sold replicas for charity last year, but they haven’t been widely available apart from that auction. The answer, it seems, is to make your own, and Brian Villanueva did just that with these custom sneakers. They started as McFly Hyperdunks, and Villanueva added mechanical components to get them closer to the original shoes.
They have a rechargeable batteries, LED lights, electroluminescent technology, and built in chargers. Fancy. They also look really cool and reasonably close to the Back to the Future sneakers. Still no self-lacing though.
See more photos and a video after the break.