Classic productions from the 1980s are seemingly all the rage these days. Just look at how popular Netflix's new original series Stranger Things (which is basically a love letter to the supernatural favorites of the '80s) has already become. In cashing in on the trend, illustrator Tom Ward has in turn taken some of his favorite films and TV shoes from the '80s and reimagined them for modern day.

"I have fond memories of '80s films and TV shows so I wanted to base a series of illustrations around the characters," Ward revealed when speaking to Mashable. "I started to scribble out some silly ideas and thought putting the characters in situations they might find themselves in today could make for an interesting set."

The transformations are quite entertaining, as we see Marty McFly balancing on a hoverboard, a Ghostbuster taking a selfie, Terminator warning of the end of the world, Robocop manning a speed check, and more.

Unfortunately, however, Ward wasn't able to reimagine some of his — and probably your — favorites from the decade, saying "Some were harder to think of so I gave up on a few favorites — apologies to Indiana Jones and The Goonies. Cheetara twerking didn’t quite make the cut either."

Nonetheless, the cult classics that Tom did illustrate are perfectly modernized.

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