Check Out Andy Fairhurst's Fantastic 'Back to the Future' Trilogy Art
by Ethan Anderton
January 9, 2015
There's been dozens of pieces of artwork done and featured online to commemorate the iconic time traveling classic Back to the Future. But it's been awhile since I've been so taken aback by a set of pieces like this. Artist Andy Fairhurst has a series called "Nerd's Eye View" where the imagery of a certain film is created from a bird's eye view from overheard the action. And when it comes to these prints for the entire Back to the Future trilogy, it's never worked better than this. Each print captures one of the pivotal moments where the DeLorean travels back in time, shown from where it's been to where it's going. Look!
Here's the trio of prints from Any Fairhurst's 88MPH set of Nerd's Eye View prints (via SlashFilm):
If you want to get your hands on these gorgeous pieces, they'll each run you $35, or you can pick up all three of them for $95. But they're limited in number, so don't wait to head over to Bottleneck Gallery to get ahold of them. My favorite one has to be Back to the Future Part II, just because of the contrast between 1985 and 2015, but the original Back to the Future print looks great too, with the fire trails and the Libyan VW van in hot pursuit. They're all just great, and perfectly timed to the 30th anniversary of Back to the Future, not to mention the year in which the future of Back to the Future Part II takes place. Agreed?