|Secret Show to the Future Part II Gig Poster (Regular)|
Tim Doyle - 16" x 26"
$50 - Limited to 110 - Signed (by Tim Doyle) and Numbered
$75 - Limited to 40 - Signed (by Tim, Anthony, Joe and Danny) and Numbered
|Secret Show to the Future Part II Gig Poster (Glow in the Dark Variant)|
Tim Doyle - 16" x 26"
$100 - Limited to 35 - Signed (by Tim Doyle) and Numbered
$125 - Limited to 15 - Signed (by Tim, Anthony, Joe and Danny) and Numbered
The first film took us to the 1950s, the third film took us to the 1880s, but the second film took us far, far, far into the future as Marty McFly journeyed to the year 2015 (less than four years from now for those at home counting). How badly did you want to travel to a future where auto-adjusting / self-drying jackets existed alongside hoverboards? I know I did. Personal tangents aside, Tim Doyle has captured that initial sense of sensory overload Marty suffers upon first arriving in a cutting edge Hill Valley. There's just so much going on here that it's practically impossible to focus on just one thing (although the 3D holographic Jaws shark caught my attention first), and that's not a bad thing in my opinion. Doyle's cinematic assemblage gives us, the viewers, a delightfully stylized look into Marty's first experience with the what appears to be the exact opposite of Blade Runner's overpopulated dystopian cityscape. Whether you agree with my analysis of the prints or not, you've got to admit they're pretty cool. And if the variant above is to be believed, then you'll have the chance to purchase one of the most impressive glow in the dark posters I've ever seen.
Tim Doyle's SSTTF2 gig posters will be available on Saturday (11/5) at 10 PM EST, the same time the show starts, through the SSTTF2 storefront. The regular version of the print measures 16" x 26" and is limited to an edition of 150. Of those 150, 40 will be signed by Anthony Cumia, Joe DeRosa and Danny Ross, and will cost $75, while the remaining 110 prints will cost $50. The glow in the dark version is limited to an edition of 50, with 15 signed prints costing $125 and the remaining 35 costing $100. Every print, no matter the price point, will be signed by Tim Doyle. And here's the kicker, 100% of the poster proceeds will go to Michael J. Fox's TEAMFOX organization, so everything you purchase will be donated to a great cause. To learn more about the show, be sure to visit secretshowtothefuture.com and follow @DannyJRoss on Twitter. For more Tim Doyle shenanigans head over to mrdoyle.com, nakatomiinc.com, and follow him @NakatomiTim.