Back to the Future DeLorean optical illusion in glorious tape-o-vision 3D


20 Responses to “Back to the Future DeLorean optical illusion in glorious tape-o-vision 3D”

  1. Anonymous says:

    omg, can we just talk about the pee-wee’s playhouse chairy in the corner? AWESOME!!!!!

  2. Anonymous says:

    Do I see the fantastic Brandon Bird painting ‘Signifier and Signified’ hanging on that wall?

  3. Josh was taken says:

    This guy has a lot of time on his hands. I can’t imagine how he went about doing this.

  4. Anonymous says:

    What did he use the elbow grease for?

  5. Anonymous says:


  6. chixon says:

    That was neat. But I think the best part was the little plush of Chairy on the floor behind the doorway.

  7. Anonymous says:

    Oh man, the little tiny Chairry hidden behind the corner made me laugh so hard… and I’m not even high.

  8. Saskplanner says:

    IF this is Tony’s basement, then he doesn’t NEED a job. That basement is nicer than my HOUSE.

  9. cinemajay says:

    He’s got Chair-y!!!

  10. scifijazznik says:

    It’s hard to believe there was a time when Huey Lewis and the News were extremely popular.

    • Anonymous says:

      @scifijazznik seriously … it should have been more of an era of nothing but huey lewis & the news and their imitators!

    • franko says:

      #9 — you are obviously only familiar with their hits. they really put on a great live show back in the day. those cats can play.

      • scifijazznik says:

        I realize my comment was a bit ambiguous. It was more pointed at today’s popular music. It’s impossible to imagine any popular band putting out an album like Sports today. Yes, they could play and didn’t need ProTools to make an album that had half a dozen hit singles on it that appealed to people across the spectrum.

        I apologize if my comment was perceived as a slight to Huey. It wasn’t meant as one.

  11. Faustus says:

    #9 I think you misspelt “weren’t”. That song is awesome.

  12. technogeek says:

    Nice forced perspective. Yeah, I’d assume projector, but it’s still a good job. I’d really like to know what it looks like with two eyes, though; that’s the real test of this sort of effect.

    (Regarding the digression: Wasn’t there a Frankie Valli song “Chairy baby, won’t you come out tonight”…?)

  13. Anonymous says:

    That scale model Chairy might be the best thing I’ve seen all week!

  14. Anonymous says:

    this is really cool!

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