I still get e-mails from time to time asking where this can be purchased, so I decided to touch it up and upload it to Imageready, where you can buy it commission-free, at least until Miramax asks me to remove it (in a violent, yet critically-acclaimed fashion). Hit the link or the image to go to the store listing.
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If I were to open a car dealership the first order of business would be a sign, one that is essentially a giant Hot Wheels package containing an actual car.
Not only would it serve as eye-catching signage, but it would also serve to highlight a particular car – much like dealerships do when they place a single car on a ramp or display stand to make it stand out from the lot.
Continue reading ➞ Car Dealership Idea: Hot Wheels Sign
There has been much hoopla these past 24 hours regarding the announcement of Nike’s Air Mag shoe, which is an official Back to the Future licensed shoe. They are based on those futuristic ‘power-lace’ shoes Marty McFly wore in BTTF II. Read more about them here.
Continue reading ➞ BTTF Auto-Lace Shoes
In the film The Iron Giant, the titular character idolizes Superman, and in one scene wears an ‘S’ around his neck (below). I feel it would work as a necklace, tie clip, or cuff links, much like the Superman insignia does.
A few years ago they released an MP3 player based on Soundwave, but personally I wish they offered a stereo system based on his Autobot counterpart, Blaster. He would just look at home on the bookshelf or entertainment unit.
The only fancy thing I did was to embed a display in the negative space of the carrying handle.
Here is a fun wristwatch design based on the night vision goggles from Jurassic Park. At first glance it looks like something just for the kids, but it has a sporty look many adults would appreciate in my opinion.
UPDATE: So this is a thing now. Available with the European special editions of the upcoming Splinter Cell game. Original post as follows:
This watch is based on the night vision goggles worn by Sam Fisher. There could also be a red variant for the bad guys.