People seemed to have a lot more fun on their adventures in 80s movies. Nowadays it's apocalypse this, aliens that, found footage here, found footage there, vampires wanna suck my blood, zombies wanna eat my brains, and "what did we do last night?" Even in bad situations, like being stuck in detention, people in 80s movies made the most of it. You wish you could dance in detention like they did The Breakfast Club! Marty McFly made the anxieties of time travel look like a jolly old time, and being out of breath all the time just meant he was getting in some good cardio.
Looking to relive those 80s films in real life? Artist Steve Thomas draws up some blue prints and lists the items you will need to have yourself an 80s movie adventure.
You may remember Thomas' work from his collection of Star Wars Travel ads. Postalgia, the art of Steve Thomas, will be on display from July 28th until August 26th at the Ltd. Art Gallery, 307 E. Pike St. in Seattle, WA. So if you're in the area, get your butts there. If you can't make it, but wanna purchase some of his art, there will be a small preview/pre-sale of his art on Friday July 27 at 11 a.m. PST at this link.
What 80s movie would you want to live out?