by V. Sarela (Yautja)

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Based on the Back to the Future logo. Now completely reworked with better proportions.

Info: Created on 11th October 2011 . Last edited on 5th January 2017.
License Creative Commons
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Comment by V. Sarela (Yautja) 21st February 2013
Nice retro feeling. I love that movie! :D
Comment by Noah (winty5) 21st February 2013
Well played! I love the &.
Comment by William Leverette (will.i.ૐ) 21st February 2013
A good solid feel ... 'Back to the Future' brought right up to the present! 10/10
Comment by p2pnut 21st February 2013
How do you do "to the" like in the picture? And "part" in the arrow?
Comment by justin.larkey 6th March 2013
@justin, just wrote in a smaller size separately and positioned them properly.

(Edit: updated the punctuation)
Comment by V. Sarela (Yautja) 6th March 2013

The word "part" is a thinner text. How do you make that happen?

Comment by jffjnny 17th July 2016

@Yautja - As a big BTTF fan, somehow I missed this one.  Excellent work!  :^)

Comment by Goatmeal 18th July 2016

@jffjnny I just used less bricks (here it is with A for comparison)

Comment by V. Sarela (Yautja) 18th July 2016

Updated with better proportions.

Comment by V. Sarela (Yautja) 21st December 2016

Add roman 5, 10, 50, etc. for parts higher than 3

Comment by brynda1231 21st December 2016

Installing the TTF procudes a warning on the Mac (no further details) saying to "proceed with caution" with that font.

Comment by soky 5th January 2017

@soky hm, don't know what causes that, sorry.

@brynda I added Roman 5 and 10 (on ^ and ¨).

Comment by V. Sarela (Yautja) 5th January 2017

@soky It’s not a serious problem – FontBook is a bit strict – but I will look into it.

Comment by Rob Meek (meek) 6th January 2017

Umlat is U+00A8

Comment by brynda1231 6th January 2017

Nice work, but there's a better one I found a couple of years ago, by professional font maker David Occhino. Its appropriately called Time Travel, and he has it for $30 on his website. In this fan's opinion, its definitely worth the purchase.

Comment by Moviefan2k4 21st January 2019

I don't know why'd you tell us that—here at FontStruct the possibilities are a little limited which makes us find other ways to enhance the font. So if I was to choose between a $30 non-modular font which could be simply traced in FF and a work born to creativity and effort which is this font—I'd definitely go for Yautja's Rewinder.

P.S. @Moviefan2k4, if you're David Occhino (and I'm pretty sure you are) please go advertise yourself somewhere else. That's just my humble opinion though.

Comment by Cookielord 21st January 2019

Great work!

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