Did you watch the Doctor Who Christmas special this week? Good stuff. And now that you are in the mood to watch more of the good Doctor – but have to wait – check out this piece of jewelry made by Josephine Ryan.
I admit, despite e-books being all the rage these days, I still love a good old-fashioned book in my hands. The problem becomes one of storage since they take up room. We need something that is bigger on the inside, like this Doctor Who TARDIS bookshelf.
Next to its modest exterior, the second most notable thing about the time and space machine in Doctor Who is that it’s way bigger on the inside. It’s relatively easy to make a model or even a life-sized replica of its facade, but a clever fellow has managed to make a tiny TARDIS that looks bigger on the inside.
Time Lords and Ladies, UK-based PC supplier is now selling a high-end and officially licensed Doctor Who computer. Its aluminum case is designed to look like the TARDIS, meaning it looks like an old London police box.
Here are some more fun Doctor Who treats for your Time Lord inspired festivities. These cupcakes will make your tummy feel all timey-wimey and wibbly-wobbly. They were made by the folks at The Regali Kitchen, a Quezon City, Philippines-based bakery, also responsible for such delicacies as the Game of Thrones Whitewalker cake and the Star Trek Voyager cake.
If you read this site regularly, you know we’re fans of both Doctor Who and geeky foods. So when author Chris-Rachael Oseland tipped me off to her new Doctor Who fan cookbook, I had to crack open the cover to see what was inside.
Now I’m not sure what the intersection is between Doctor Who and Winnie the Pooh fans is out there, but I think it’s actually a pretty big group. I certainly appreciate both of them. What makes this mashup between Who and Pooh even better of course is that it’s totally edible.
These awesomely geeky Doctor Who cupcakes come from the fine folks at Cupcaketeer.com. They made these tasty treats for the 40th birthday of a friend. It’s friends like this that keep dentists in Porsches and yachts.
It’s not obvious from the pictures, but apparently this mini-fridge is spacious enough to hold a 6-pack of 12 oz. soda. That’s some Time Lord wizardry right there. Place it inside one of these TARDIS fridges and you’ve got yourself a time machine within a time machine.
While the TARDIS seems like a pretty decent way to travel through space and time, it’s not exactly the best vehicle for getting through rush hour traffic on the expressway. This ride seems like it might be a better mode of urban transportation, especially along with today’s best GPS navigation systems.
I’ve always wanted to make my own TARDIS console, with the rest of the controls around it, so when I saw this awesome TARDIS control room, it blew me away. Crazyfoalrus (aka Jayman White) did an amazing job creating his own TARDIS-themed room.
Now I have to admit that I’ve not watched every episode of Doctor Who ever, but I just don’t seem to recall seeing an episode where the Doctor has a farm and raised chickens. Maybe I just missed that one.
There’s no more iconic symbol of geekdom than Doctor Who’s TARDIS. You could pretty much make anything into a TARDIS, and it’ll not only be cool, but everyone will know exactly what you’re into. So the next time you throw an outdoor party – or just want to decorate your house – pick up a set of these TARDIS string lights, and proudly fly your geek flag.
I’m sorry guys, but that Dinosaurs on a Spaceship episode of Doctor Who… not so great IMHO. But if there is one good thing that came from that episode, it is this awesome mini episode called Dinosaurs on a Wedding Cake.
While I love the idea of all the space inside of an actual TARDIS tent, this one exists only in the real world, providing a space measuring just 61″(H) x 35″ (W) x 35″ (D). Clearly, this is not a tent for lying down in, but it’s just right for pretend time and space travelers – as long as they’re under 5-feet-tall.