You can even imagine that this dalek actually posed for this.
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A true Whovian will appreciate one artist’s take on George Seurat’s A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte, which sneaks in a reference to what really inspired this scene:
The seller of this print, ParodiesLost, has this to say about it:
Few realize that Georges Seurat’s original painting was entitled A Sunday Afternoon with the Doctor on the Island of La Grande Jatte and that it prominently included a mysterious blue box. Bowing to peer pressure, however, Seurat removed the strange item from the final painting. Based on this, it has been speculated that Seurat himself traveled with at least one of the Doctor’s incarnations for a time, but no further details are known. [*]
[*]Statements may not reflect objective reality!
This clever TARDIS print is on sale via Etsy for $15.95!
Seriously, is there a school to do this kind of art? I want my Starbucks barista to be able to do this!
Check out this brilliant tribute to the 10th Doctor, aka David Tennant, featuring the song “Human” by The Killers! It’s an appropriate song for The Doctor, don’t you think?
Thanks to Tabby for sending in this brilliant video made by tjcrazy.
Tumblring around, I found this lovely, endearing fan-made image.
Do you agree with this logic?
I must say, this makes perfect sense, in any fandom, really. I mean, who’s to dictate when one can be a Whovian? How many seasons does one have to watch to be properly titled? Or does it matter which Doctor one prefers in Whovian circles to say who’s a stronger Whovian than another? I think not. Take the meme and remember it!
I don’t believe this is confirmed at all, but there are rumors of a couple of past beloved favorites returning for the Doctor Who 50th Anniversary Special in 2013. Until it is confirmed, we can only hope, right? Oh, and make fan posters like these in anticipation:
Image sourced by madmanlosthisbox
Images by DrSong