BuzzFeed The Original Concept Art From “Back To The Future Part II” Is Awesome

What 2015 looked like in 1988, by designer Edward Eyth.

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<h1>Edward Eyth is a California-based designer who has provided concept design for the likes of Walt Disney, Steven Spielberg, and Jim Henson.</h1>

Edward Eyth is a California-based designer who has provided concept design for the likes of Walt Disney, Steven Spielberg, and Jim Henson.

Police patrol car 2015.

Edward Eyth / Via eeyth.com

<h1>In 1988, Eyth was part of the team who dreamed up a vision of 2015 for <i>Back to the Future Part II</i>.</h1>

In 1988, Eyth was part of the team who dreamed up a vision of 2015 for Back to the Future Part II.

McFly residence kitchen 2015.

Edward Eyth / Via eeyth.com

<h1>Now we've arrived in 2015, Eyth has <a href="http://bit.ly/1xz71pC">posted some of his early concept art for the film on his website</a>. It's a vision of the future more than 25 years old that in places is scarily accurate, and in others still ahead of its time.</h1>

Now we've arrived in 2015, Eyth has posted some of his early concept art for the film on his website. It's a vision of the future more than 25 years old that in places is scarily accurate, and in others still ahead of its time.

McFly home entertainment-communication centre.

Edward Eyth / Via eeyth.com


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