Flyonix specializes in aerial video and photography. The studio recently put their knowledge of drones for a geeky pursuit. To commemorate the 50th anniversary of Doctor Who, Flyonix set out to build and fly a life-size TARDIS.
It all started when David Prouty’s daughter challenged him to make something out of recycled boxes for the Doctor Who 50th anniversary. Not one to pass on a challenge, David set out to create something unique.
This is the confectionery crossover that has so far eluded us on the TV screen. The Doctor and the Detective together at last. Both shows are headed by Steven Moffat, both characters are equally crazy and brilliant, and now they are a part of the same Christmas treat.
Lots of people love Jenga. You know, that game with the wood blocks, where you have to remove blocks and not let the tower collapse. Well, now there is even more reason to love the game as there’s nowa Doctor Who inspired version called the Tumbling TARDIS Tower Game.
Do only older people still use doilies? Or have younger people starting using them too? I have no idea. I just know that this TARDIS doily is something that both you and your grandparents can agree on.
Doctor Whoa! Shelly Timson made this 1:3 scale TARDIS using over 4,000 LEGO bricks. As with Bill Mudron’s awesome Doctor Who historical print, Shelly made this huge model to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Doctor Who.
Etsy artist Danielle Ward makes dresses with colors and styles inspired by characters from comic books, as well as animé, sci-fi and other geeky media. Just like superheroes and their costumes, Danielle’s dresses lets you change your look.
Timelords have it so easy. They can die a jillion times and come back as a different person, who is really the same person and each time they are already an adult. No need to physically grow up at all.
Wanna keep things classy and preppy and still celebrate your love of Doctor Who? Well, this TARDIS cardigan from Her Universe is the answer to your clothing question. It will be available on Cyber Monday, otherwise known as December 2nd.
I’ve always thought that snuggies looked silly. Despite how warm and cozy they look, I never found one that I would wear. Until now. This TARDIS Snuggie is awesome. It almost looks like a gown that some religious order of Gallifrey would wear.
We’ve seen the Time Lords many times throughout countless Doctor Who episodes. However we know very little about their culture. What do they like to do for fun? What kind of music do they like? Do Time Lords play the ukulele?