1. Trilogy Movie Posters, $37
These prints actually look more like artwork due to the slight tweaking and over-saturation of the original posters’ colors.
2. Hill Valley Telegraph, $35
The designer of this print didn’t just copy the original flyer from the film, he also added a few hidden jokes — based things that happened in the film — as news articles.
3. VHS Tape Matchbox, $6
The perfect gift for anyone old enough to remember VHS tapes.
4. Marty McFly Acrylic Painting, $250
This pop art print looks like a throwback to the wax wrapping of Topps Trading Cards.
5. Hover Board iPhone Cover, $15
From: LB Custom Designs LLC
OK, so it won’t make your iPhone hover, but it will make it look super cool!
6. A Match Made In Space: A Journal, Blank Notebook, $9
From: Record of Insanity
The perfect notebook to bring out the inner sci-fi writer in you.
7. Doc Brown T-Shirt, $15
A shirt that commemorates the awesome face Doc makes after he burns the scale model car in the first film.
8. “Enchantment Under the Sea Dance” Poster, $23
From: AmeriKen Krafts
Whether you want to recreate the dance at home or just hang it up on the wall as art, this poster’s got you covered.
9. Baby Onesie, $12
From: Little Munsters Baby
‘Cause it’s never too early to get them started on the classics.
10. George McFly “I’m Your Density,” Note Cards, $5
From: Monsters Outside
Perfect to give to someone you love, who will hopefully get the reference.
11. Minimalist Movie Posters, $63 (for all three)
From: Christopher Conner
These minimalist prints nicely capture the essence of each film.
12. Party Favor Bags, $10
From: KPort Gift Co.
The perfect party favor bag for any Back to the Future-themed birthday party or wedding.
13. Lenticular Prop Replicas, $60 (set of three)
From: Nicks Flick Pics
These lenticular prop replicas (Marty’s disappearing family photo, Biff’s casino/auto detailing matchbox, and Doc’s disappearing tombstone) are probably the geekiest thing you could get that Back to the Future fan in your life.
14. Grays Sports Almanac with a “Blast from the Past Bag” and Transparent Receipt, $135
From: A to Zoom
This is one serious reproduction of Back to the Future Part II’s infamous Grays Sports Almanac, down to the bag and the receipt of the store Marty bought the book from.