Fake branding and insignia for infamous movie characters and films has taken over the indie T-shirt market as of late, and we may have found the best of the best when it comes to bringing nerd flicks to life in the most simplistic and cool way possible.
Based out of the UK, Last Exit to Nowhere is owned and operated by a collective of film geeks and T-shirt freaks with an eye for design, which shows in their merch. Some of their best creations include a Ghostbusters-inspired tee, a shirt for the record store from The Blues Brothers, and an Abe Froman-inspired design from Ferris Bueller’s Day Off, among others. Chances are, if you’re looking for unique schwag inspired by a classic movie favorite of yours, you’ll find it.
Last Exit was kind enough to offer you guys some freebies inspired by Back to the Future: the Dr. E. Brown Enterprises design and the Hill Valley High school pride tee. And Playmate Kimberly Phillips and Playboy Radio host Jessica Danielle Hall–stars of Playboy’s Back to the Future tribute (slightly NSFW)–were even kind-er enough to model them for you in the hot gallery below.
We have at least 20 shirts in all to give away, 10 of each design (shown above). You want free stuff? You have to work for it a little bit:
In the comments below, tell us what other products, places, people or things in the Back to the Future trilogy need their own unique tee designs and why.
The best 20 responses get a T-shirt. Sorry, we can’t honor requests for which design you want. We’ll pick at random who gets what.
Giveaway closes Wed., November 3.
Sorry, U.S. contestants only.
We can’t promise you’ll look as good in the tees as they do, but at least you’ll get a free T-shirt, right?