UPDATE (March 27/2015): This is an updated design of the Serenity/Firefly Blu-Ray case. The original, which was based on the media device used to play the “Miranda” distress video in the film, was a bit too complex.
Instead of having a book-like case with many flaps, I decided to put the discs in trays that can be pulled out of the base. The old design required that you unclamp and remove the data module to get at the discs.
This updated design looks a lot cleaner, and the discs are easier to access. The LED-illuminated data module would still be removable, giving this case a “replica prop” vibe.
This is a high-res backdrop facsimile of Back to the Future III’s famous clock photograph. With Photoshop you can add yourself and some friends, then hang this on the wall to mess with people.
As you can see there is plenty of real estate added around the clock so you can add as many people as you’d like, then crop as needed.
I know it’s a very clean image, but Photoshoppers can make it look as dirty and rustic as they’d like. For a starting point it sure is pretty to me. I might have a future in faking historical photographs.
If you need help with wardrobe, I suggest you contact your friendly neighborhood Browncoat.
UPDATE: I liked the image so much I turned it into a poster, which you can buy here (or click on the image). For the poster treatment I added the rest of the clock: