A great series of cute pop culture vehicles by the mysterious artist Jason Cadwell aka JayDraws. I say mysterious as, bar a Flickr account, I can’t find much info on this talented artist. Some of the work is familiar to me but not usually credited to this artist. These caricatures of famous Retro Ridez, paired with their equally famous drivers, were just too good to pass up.
Custom hand-painted footwear, apparel, canvases and prints by Lea Williams Art.
Designs range from 80s cult classics such as Ghostbusters and Back to the Future to the Smegtastic British comedy Red Dwarf, Doctor Who, music icons and personal commissions for anything you can think of. Considering you get a new pair of shoes included in the price these are an absolute bargain.
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This St. Patrick’s day the people of Toronto got a special treat as part of the annual parade celebrations. Not only was there a parade of classic, and Back to the Future variant, DeLoreans there was also a rather amazing Transformers Back to the Future DeLorean cosplay complete with Flux Capacitor.
This epic cosplay was created, and worn, by Venessa Koch “The costume is the product of 8 months of work, $525 of materials, a lot of swearing, and I’m still not finished.” Scroll down for the epic transformation video.
“When this baby hits 88 miles per hour, your gonna see some serious sh*t”
Custom Back to the Future delay pedal skilfully crafted by 4114 Custom Effects Pedals. The attention to detail amazing. They are taking custom pre-orders and the phrase ‘shut up and take my money!‘ seems most appropriate.
‘So here’s a project I’ve been wanting to do for a while, and I have to say it turned out quite nicely’‘It’s a lovely sounding analogue-style warm delay, but who cares, it’s got a glowing flux capacitor that kicks in when you turn the delay on!‘
It also has a backlit roentgen meter for keeping an eye on the plutonium level. The meter needle reacts to how hard you play and also to the tails of the delay.
“Where we’re going, we don’t need roads.” But you will need one of these!
What if Batman, Marty McFly and Optimus Prime decided to see who was boss of the toy cupboard?
This high octane stop motion animation by Counter656 decides their fate, toy car racing never seemed so much fun.
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The music, sound effects and added special effects are spot on. Truly nostalgic. Something Hollywood seems to forget on a regular basis – “If it ain’t broken don’t fix it!”. A few liberties taken with weapons and abilities but these are toys so I’m not complaining. Not going to say who wins but I was pleasantly surprised. Enjoy…..