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With some very clever direction, the opening title sequence of Back to the Future introduces us to both Marty McFly and Doc Brown with skillful and strategic camera movements that entice the audience into trying to figure out what the hell is going on; it ends with Marty blowing out an absurdly enormous amplifier, knocking him back 20 feet into the air. Two minutes into the movie and I'm already blown away. Well done, Zemeckis. Well done.
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LIMITED EDITION ARTWORK DETAILS:
- Museum-quality archival fine art print/giclée on acid-free paper.
- Exclusive Limited Edition run in this size and variant.
- Each Ltd. Ed. print is hand-signed and numbered by the artist in graphite.
- Each Ltd. Ed. print includes a detailed Certificate of Authenticity, signed, dated, and numbered by the artist.
All Ltd. Ed. fine art prints are printed in Austin, TX, USA by Miller Imaging & Digital Solutions using archival Canon Lucia pigment inks on acid-free premium archival matte paper (230gsm/9.5mil). Finely crafted using a professional archival process, the result is a museum-quality art print that will last 100 years or more if properly cared for. All artwork is printed to individual order as art sells, no mass-printing, so please allow 2-3 days for this printing process to complete before your art is shipped. Dimensions listed for Ltd. Ed. prints include a white border for proper matting (usually 2 inches around). Please refer to the image included showing an example of how your print will look framed on a wall (frame not included; example image not necessarily to scale).
OPEN-EDITION MINI-PRINT ARTWORK DETAILS: Mini-Prints printed on high-quality cardstock and usually include a 1-inch border. Not numbered or signed.
Artwork © John Lathrop/Plaid Design. Characters/subject matter of source material © original owner(s)/creator(s). Not officially affiliated/licensed, but 100% protected under fair use and/or parody laws due to being original artwork of a transformative nature.