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3DRetro exclusives for the 35th Anniversary of Back to the Future!!!

3DRetro is pleased to go travel through time with its officially licensed Back to the Future lineup of collectibles being released this year to celebrate the movie franchise’s 35th Anniversary. The company has reached out to some of the most sought after artists in the scene to make limited edition vinyl figures, statues, prints, skate decks and an artist series of enamel pins.

Artists in the lineup include Joshua Vides who has reimaged the iconic Back to the Future Hoverboard in his own style. Artist Reina Koyano has taken her PupKiks design and applied it to our favorite dog, Einstein. Popular self-proclaimed, uber illustrator Tracy Tubera takes Marty riding his hoverboard to a new level with his figure of “Future Boy”. Teaming up with world famous Japanese toy company MEDICOM TOYS, artist kaNO has designed two 2-pack BE@RBRICK Sets which feature 100% & 400% versions of Doc and Marty as the highly collectible BE@RBRICK. Also in Japan, 3DRetro is working with popular Japanese toy designer and illustrator Touma to create his own versions of Doc and Marty. In conjunction to the figures many of the designs will be sold as limited edition, enamel pins. Other artists involved in the pin series include Leen Customs and SuperEmo Friends.

Prints set to release in this collectibles series feature popular artists such as Josh “Shag” Agle from California and Rockin’ Jelly Bean from Tokyo. Other items being released by 3DRetro for the anniversary include a series of skate decks designed by artist group DKNG and manufactured by the legendary skateboard brand Madrid. Release dates for all products have not been finalized but the company is set to release some of the products at the DesignerCon 2020 online show. For more information on these products please visit 3DRetro.com or follow 3DRetro on Instagram @3DRetro.

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