Doctor Who TARDIS ring expresses your undying love through time and space

Inigo del Castillo Contributor

By Inigo del Castillo in New Fashion on Thursday 26 February 2015

Jewellery designer Drew Rummell has created a collection of TARDIS rings, adorned with sparkling diamonds and blue sapphires. It’s the ultimate engagement ring for that special Doctor Who fan in your life.

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Doctor Who characters made from LEGO

Gerry Mak Reader Find

By Gerry Mak in New Design on Saturday 28 January 2012

Flickr user Mr. Spielbrick makes some pretty excellent custom sets of lego people. His latest is a really extensive set of Doctor Who characters that includes Daleks.

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Doctor Who’s Amy Pond Mucha-style

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By Megan Aileen Williams in New Illustration on Wednesday 24 November 2010

The Art Nouveau styling of Alphonse Mucha, a Czech painter and decorative artist who hit Paris’ art scene in 1895, has been widely reproduced. He brought forward his unique paintings, illustrations, advertisements, and designs during the height of Impressionism and the beginning of the Symbolists and Decadents.

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The Multinauts

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By Troy Mattison Hicks in New Film on Tuesday 19 October 2010

The Multinauts is a very strange and delectably goofy new series about space freaks and cosmic discos. Episode one, Flashback, features Ariel Pink’s Haunted Graffiti, neon trainees, and pyramid spaceships. Imagine Dr. Who, only awesome-er.

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Doctor Who TARDIS zipper robe

Gerry Mak Reader Find

By Gerry Mak in New Fashion on Tuesday 28 September 2010

Nerd-attack! Man, this TARDIS zipper robe is so much cooler than any Star Wars crap people are hawking this days. This is for the true gangsta nerd.

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Dr Who theme song: time travelling again

Zolton Editor

By Zolton in New Events on Tuesday 1 December 2009

Back in the day, when my hair was longer and my waistline narrower, I played guitar in a few bands in Sydney, violating the eardrums of the unsuspecting with our noisy racket of guitar heavy chaos. One of the gigs we played regularly was an open mic night called Brackets & Jam, at which an assortment of musical acts – some good, some bad, some just plain indifferent (the audience, that is) — would showcase their musical chops to a full house of Chai sipping hippies seated cross-legged on a cold wooden floor.

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