nicolas amiard envisions 'back to the future' in present day cityscapes
nicolas amiard envisions 'back to the future' in present day cityscapes nicolas amiard envisions 'back to the future' in present day cityscapes
oct 21, 2015

nicolas amiard envisions 'back to the future' in present day cityscapes

nicolas amiard envisions ‘back to the future’ in present day cityscapes
all images courtesy of nicolas amiard




film fans of ‘back to the future II’ will know, october 25 2015 is the exact date marty mcfly went into the future, showcasing technology only imaginable on film. or is it? french artist nicolas amiard took some of the best gadgets and displayed them in original art GIFs. ‘back in 2015’ is a series that imagines how our cityscape would look like if the film’s concepts were here right now. the collection features flying automobiles, hover boards, sky highways and hologram advertisements.

nicolas-amiard-back-to-the-future-2015-designboom-02a flying highway in los angeles  

nicolas-amiard-back-to-the-future-2015-designboom-03movie hologram for jurassic world  in new york city nicolas-amiard-back-to-the-future-2015-designboom-04airborne cars nicolas-amiard-back-to-the-future-2015-designboom-05flying highway over new york city nicolas-amiard-back-to-the-future-2015-designboom-06virtual glass on the subway  nicolas-amiard-back-to-the-future-2015-designboom-07a hovering robot walking a dognicolas-amiard-back-to-the-future-2015-designboom-08skateboarders using hoverboards in paris

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